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Hi, I'm Nick Fulton, a writer from New Zealand currently living in New York City. My reviews, artist profiles and essays have been published by Vice, Bandcamp, i-D, Uproxx, V Magazine, Pitchfork, Noisey, Yes Plz Weekly, Impose, Cuepoint, Plastik Magazine, CMJ, and a number of now-defunct online and print publications, including Real Groove, Groove Guide, Spook and NO. Magazine. My creative writing has been published in The Ghost City Review and on Tunnel Vision.

I grew up in a small New Zealand town called Napier. My favorite thing about Napier is the rivers that flow through it. I spent much of my youth trekking up and down those rivers with a fishing rod. When I was 18 I moved to the nation's capital and started drinking coffee. I'm pretty certain Wellington has some of the best cafes in the world. Then I met my partner Sarah and moved to Auckland. I haven't got much to say about Auckland, I spent most of my time there seeing bands and writing about them. In 2012 Sarah and I moved to Melbourne. I got sick, learned to deal with the consequences, and met some amazing people who I hope to remain friends with for the rest of my life. I miss eating tofu bao and bánh mì sandwiches, but at least here in New York City we have good bagels (my order: everything bagel, egg and jalapeno jack cheese). We spent five years in Melbourne and then moved to Los Angeles. Los Angeles can swallow you up if you don't know how to navigate your way around, but it's a magical place to live once you figure it out. We now live in Brooklyn, New York, which is where we both feel most at home. We're doing our best work here, but earning a reasonable wage is always a challenge. That's why I'd love your support. Anything you could give would be greatly appreciated.
Tiers
Spare Change
$5 or more per month
Each month I'll open up my diary and offer you a window into my life. 
Big Spender
$10 or more per month
Each month I'll share a new short story; sometimes it might be fiction, other times it might be part of a memoir. You'll also get to read excerpts from my diary. 
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$18 of $200 per month
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Hi, I'm Nick Fulton, a writer from New Zealand currently living in New York City. My reviews, artist profiles and essays have been published by Vice, Bandcamp, i-D, Uproxx, V Magazine, Pitchfork, Noisey, Yes Plz Weekly, Impose, Cuepoint, Plastik Magazine, CMJ, and a number of now-defunct online and print publications, including Real Groove, Groove Guide, Spook and NO. Magazine. My creative writing has been published in The Ghost City Review and on Tunnel Vision.

I grew up in a small New Zealand town called Napier. My favorite thing about Napier is the rivers that flow through it. I spent much of my youth trekking up and down those rivers with a fishing rod. When I was 18 I moved to the nation's capital and started drinking coffee. I'm pretty certain Wellington has some of the best cafes in the world. Then I met my partner Sarah and moved to Auckland. I haven't got much to say about Auckland, I spent most of my time there seeing bands and writing about them. In 2012 Sarah and I moved to Melbourne. I got sick, learned to deal with the consequences, and met some amazing people who I hope to remain friends with for the rest of my life. I miss eating tofu bao and bánh mì sandwiches, but at least here in New York City we have good bagels (my order: everything bagel, egg and jalapeno jack cheese). We spent five years in Melbourne and then moved to Los Angeles. Los Angeles can swallow you up if you don't know how to navigate your way around, but it's a magical place to live once you figure it out. We now live in Brooklyn, New York, which is where we both feel most at home. We're doing our best work here, but earning a reasonable wage is always a challenge. That's why I'd love your support. Anything you could give would be greatly appreciated.

Recent posts by Nick Fulton

Tiers
Spare Change
$5 or more per month
Each month I'll open up my diary and offer you a window into my life. 
Big Spender
$10 or more per month
Each month I'll share a new short story; sometimes it might be fiction, other times it might be part of a memoir. You'll also get to read excerpts from my diary.