Works by Nicholas Bernhard


Live-Stream Tonight!

Tonight's the night! I hope you all get some thrills and chills with this short story, Then A Skeleton Popped Out.

Feel free to follow along on my e-reader by clicking here.

The reading will take about 45 minutes. If you have a YouTube account, I can answer your questions in the chat afterward. I can also answer questions on Twitter, at @NDHFilms.

Please note that, as a horror story, it is appropriate for people ages 16 and up.

The stream will begin . See you soon!

Promo for Short Story Live-Stream

A new promo for my short story, Then A Skeleton Popped Out. Check back here for a link to tomorrow's live-stream.

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New Short Story For Halloween

This weekend, I'll be live-streaming a reading of my new short story, Then A Skeleton Popped Out. A YouTube link will be posted.

I will be posting the story on this site, for free, including an audio version.


Photo of Nicholas Bernhard
Photo by Kris Vaswig.

Nicholas Bernhard is an author, composer, and filmmaker. His first novel is November in America: A Story of Thanksgiving , based on the Wobbly coal strike of 1927. His column Tales of the Northern Coal Field appears in Yellow Scene Magazine. His short story, Then A Skeleton Popped Out, was released on .

He directed and scored the acclaimed documentary Blackstone's Equation: The Tim Masters Story, about Colorado's most notorious wrongful conviction. He also directed the two-part documentary Stories of Lafayette.