about a.p. nuri
What makes an artist?
A 12-year-old girl was told her short story had the potential to be a novel. Ever since then, she never stopped writing. Even when she was told she was too young. Even when she doubted herself. She never gave up on stories: on acting them out, on painting their plots, on writing their life. She had something to say.
A. P. Nuri loves to support other artists through collaboration and yearns even more to tell stories that entertain and inspire readers everywhere. When she's not scribbling story ideas, acting on stage, or brushing out blobs of watercolor, she's likely drinking a latte at a local coffee shop, doing yoga, or walking around a farmer's market for goods.