Gerald Nicosia (November 18, 1949 in Berwyn, Illinois) is an author, poet, journalist, interviewer, and literary critic.
He has written book reviews for the past 25 years for many major American newspapers including The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, The Kansas City Star, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Oakland Tribune, and the Los Angeles Times.
In 2001 Nicosia's "Home to War" was published. The book covers the problems faced by Vietnam Veterans returning to an ungrateful nation. It also discusses the battle to stop the use of Agent Orange. 
In January, 2009, Nicosia edited and published Jan Kerouac: A Life in Memory, containing photos and written essays and remembrances about her.
- Memory Babe (Grove Press, 1983, reprint: University of California Press, 1994) ISBN 0-520-08569-8
- Home to War (Carroll & Graf, 2001, new edition, 2004) ISBN 0-7867-1403-4
- Jan Kerouac: A Life in Memory (Noodlebrain Press, Corte Madera, CA; 2009) ISBN 978-0-615-24554-6
- Night Train to Shanghai (Grizzly Peak Press, Kensington, CA; 2014) ISBN 978-0-9839264-3-6
- Nicosia, Gerald, Home to War New York, Crown Publishers ISBN 0-8129-9103-6(2001)
- "TAKING THE SLOW WAY OUT". The New York Times. July 3, 1983. Retrieved 2008-11-30.
- Review of Night Train to Shanghai in The Huffington Post (2014)
- Official Website
- PEN Oakland Official Website
- Interview with Gerald Nicosia by Jonah Raskin, The Rag Blog, April 26, 2012
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