Nicholas Trandahl is a writer that lives in northeast Wyoming, where he works as a reporter for a newspaper. Trandahl is also a U.S. Army veteran. He is happily married to his muse (his wife Brittany) and has two daughters, with a third being born later this summer.
An avid poet, Trandahl draws inspiration for his poetry from his adventures, travels, and experiences throughout the world. He is known for the simplicity, honesty, and quietude of his poems. Trandahl has frequently cited his main literary influences as Ernest Hemingway, Raymond Carver, and Jim Harrison, and his poems have often been compared to those of Mary Oliver.
Trandahl is published by Winter Goose Publishing and released his debut poetry collection, Pulling Words, with Winter Goose in April 2017. Pulling Words is available worldwide in paperback and eBook through Amazon. His second collection with Winter Goose, Think of Me, is scheduled to hit shelves in April 2018. Trandahl’s poetry will also be featured as part of a compilation called Heart of Courage that will be published by Swyers Publishing in June 2018.