Adrian Nichols

Adrian Nichols has lived in Berlin since 2001. He trained in classical ballet throughout his youth and went on to study the Greek and Latin classics at college. He then got a Juris Doctor degree and worked as a lawyer for five years before moving to Berlin as a freelance writer, journalist, and translator. He has contributed over two dozen essays and reviews to the Ballet Review and other dance publications, including an essay translated into Italian for the catalogue of an exhibition at the Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto, La Danza delle Avanguardie. One of his prose poems was published by deJulie Pers in 2006 in a limited edition as a looking-box designed by the Dutch artist Angèle Reinders. He was awarded a working residency at the Casa Zia Lina on Elba as guest of the Swiss foundation Thyll-Dürr in 2009. He is currently working on a collection of stories, called Berliners. (2011)

Issue 6 - Winter 2011