Nick Hahn started his career as a writer while a student at the University of Notre Dame. He went on to become President and CEO of New York-based Cotton Incorporated (Cotton, The Fabric of Our Lives). Leaving Cotton in 1997, he formed Hahn International, LTD, an agribusiness consulting group focused on the Third World. For twenty-one years, Nick has lived and worked among indigenous peoples from Africa to Latin America, his travel diaries often reflecting social and political unrest. Under the Skin is his first novel.
Nick is married with four children and six grandchildren. He makes his home in rural eastern Connecticut near Long Island Sound, where he writes and narrates audiobooks
WRITERS: This is the beginning of a long story, my story, of a love affair with life that has all the emotions, passions and hurts of a romance. My story is like none other I’ve ever read or heard, it is built upon a cacophony of experience stretching from a soft life in the US to danger zones in third world countries from Central Asia to Africa to Latin America. Come along with me and share my epiphany, or as some might suggest, my late-life crises, it’s all in the eye of the beholder.
1928 Democratic National Convention, Houston Texas
“A Clear call comes to us today to fight anew under the Jeffersonian banner, with the Jacksonian sword, and in the Wilsonian spirit, and crashing the gates of privilege, make Jeffersonian democracy a living force again in the lives and homes of men”