Now available on Amazon, Nolan Peterson’s haunting debut fiction collection, “Snow-Blind: And Other Stories,” draws from his experiences as a war correspondent and combat pilot.
Through nine stories that span the globe from the Himalayas to Ukraine, Peterson’s protagonists embark on personal journeys, leading to moments of self-discovery and unpredictable consequences.
Sure to be an important contribution to America’s literary fiction scene, Peterson’s tales are engaging and filled with energy—at times quietly devastating—pulling the reader along through taut and fast-paced prose.
The title story, “Snow Blind,” is itself masterly—a piece worthy of Hemingway.
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And, please read a sample story from the collection, titled, “The Architect.” I think you’ll enjoy it.