Pierce Nahigyan is a freelance writer and voice actor living in southern California. He grew up in New England, the South, was educated in Chicago, and sort of fell into Los Angeles. Along the way, he worked as a busboy, bartender, Sunday school teacher, toymaker, canvasser, ship’s cook, tour guide, freelance journalist and failed novelist. From 2014 to 2017, he served as the editor-in-chief at Planet Experts, an environmental news and social media agency. Since then he has mainly worked in independent publishing, serving as the editor and ghost writer for hundreds of ebooks.
A graduate of Northwestern University, Pierce holds a B.A. in Sociology and History. His articles have appeared in several publications, including The Huffington Post, Foreign Policy Journal, Truthout, ABF Journal, SHK Magazine, USA Armenian Life, the Los Angeles Post-Examiner and DearVagina.com. His fiction has appeared in Flash: The International Short Story Magazine, Entityy, and quite a few commercial websites that appreciate the anonymity of their ghost writers. He has also published a handful of books and the critically-unacclaimed superhero satire, Working Class Villain, or Mr. Big Stuff Loves Victoria Swine.