Stevan V. Nikolic was born in Belgrade, Serbia in 1958 and moved to New York in 1987. He began his literary career as a poet before turning to non-fiction and fiction. As a writer, he spent last twenty years studying various forms of esoteric spirituality. Mr. Nikolic is the author of nine creative nonfiction and three fiction books published in English, Serbian, Spanish, and Portuguese language: Royal Art (2006), The Peace of the Rose (2007), Freemasonry in Serbia (2011), On the Square– Decoding Freemasonry (2013) , The New Alchemy (2016), Spiritual Guide to the Secret of Birth - a four-book series written in Serbian language, on Astrology, Alchemy, Kabbalah, and Ancient Mysteries (2010/2011), and novels Weekend in Faro (2014), Truth According To Michael (2016), and The Diary of the New York Baker (to be released in 2019). He lives in New York City and works in POD and web publishing as an editor, translator, and a web designer. He is the editor-in-chief of the Adelaide Literary Magazine and Adelaide Books Publishers from New York.
Truth According to Michael
A novel about the man addicted to love. Based on the true story.
“Truth and reality are just our personal perceptions of the things and conditions we see, hear, or feel.”
The second book in the “Michael Nicolau Series”, follows thirty-three years in the life of Michael Nicolau. The story takes us on the long path of Michael’s soul-searching and understanding of circumstances that brought him to become a dishonored and homeless man living in the Bowery Mission, a New York City shelter. Eager to vindicate himself and his actions, he speaks about his life, for hours, day after day, to a social worker in the Bowery Mission. At the same time comic and tragic, villain and hero, Michael is wrestling with the concepts of truth, reality, hope, fate, love, and honor.
Weekend in Faro2014
On the Square: Decoding Freemasonry2013