Nick Coleman is a columnist with the Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, Star Tribune.
Coleman returned to the Star Tribune in September 2003. "Coleman previously worked at the Star Tribune for 13 years, starting in 1973. He was a city hall reporter, a business writer, Minnesota correspondent and columnist. He left the paper in 1986 to work as a columnist for the Pioneer Press," where his wife, Laura Billings, is a columnist. 
- Nicole Garrison, "Nick Coleman to return to the Star Tribune," Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, September 23, 2003.
- "Nick Coleman's idea of the purpose of journalism," Power Line Blog, December 29, 2004.
- Jim Geraghty "The Blogging Equivalent of Tyson Biting Holyfield's Ear," National Review Online, December 29, 2004.
- Scott Johnson, "Megaphones without oversight," Power Line Blog, December 30, 2004.
- La Shawn Barber, "Nick's nasty bout with blog envy," townhall.com, January 7, 2005.
- Mike Mosedale, "TCF Bank pulls advertising from the Star Tribune over the Nick Coleman/Power Line shouting match. They can dish it out, but...," City Pages, January 12, 2005.
- Jay Rosen, "Darn it, that Nick Coleman is Just Good Copy," PressThink, April 19, 2005.