Nicolas Visconti

is a writer from Albuquerque, New Mexico and Alton, Illinois. He pitched cheddar biscuits for the Pecos League before receiving his MFA writing poetry at Columbia University. Nick plays softball on Sundays and lives in Brooklyn, with an artist and a cat.


Recent: 86 Logic (Issue 9, print)
, Untitled  •  Burningword Literary Journal (Issue 109, print), The way it was before

Less Recent: Cordite Poetry Review,
What I remember most of all  •  DOOR = JAR (Issue 18, print), The way things were before  •  GASHER, Weak magic (reviewed in Palette Poetry, Poetry We Admire); The place where he resides  •  Gulf Coast, December 20th; Mother, 1996  •  Image Journal (Issue 8, print), The place nobody wanted  •  Invisible City, Son  •  Painted Bride Quarterly, Burial; Unmake these things  •  Prelude, I know where, but where where?  •  San Antonio Review (print), The tree line distant and still; Boy with blanket  •  The Shore (Issue 12), Cynosure  •  Thin Air Magazine (Issue 29, print), Revision  •  Vallum Magazine (Issue 19:2, print), You, flower