NOVEL EXCERPT IN REDIVIDER

Chapter 4 of it all melts down to this: a novel in timelines appears in this journal out of Emerson College in Boston:

To experience the writing go here:

http://www.redividerjournal.com/2019/12/ben-miller-it-all-melts-down-to-this-a-novel-in-timelines-chapter-4/

ESSAY IN WINTER ISSUE OF NEW ENGLAND REVIEW

“The Haunting of Byerly Hall: WC” appears in the latest issue of the New England Review.  To learn more about the journal, click the link below.

Vol. 40, No. 4 (2019)

NOVEL EXCERPT IN NEW DELTA REVIEW

A twelve-page excerpt from What Days Are Like When There Are Only Nights appears in the latest issue of New Delta Review, a journal out of Louisiana State University.

To experience the writing go here:

http://ndrmag.org/digital-media/2019/12/from-what-days-are-like-when-there-are-only-nights/

BEST AMERICAN EXPERIMENTAL WRITING 2020 TABLE OF CONTENTS ANNOUNCED

Chapter 12 of it all melts down to this: a novel in timelines (inspired by the drawings of Dale Williams) will be included in this edition of the anthology. Today I found out who else will appear in the issue.

To view that list go here:

BAX 2020

HOMAGE TO JUDY VICHNIAC

On October 22 Judy Vichniac, former associate dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University, passed away.

An accomplished academic, she possessed in addition an idealism and generosity that inspired me on a daily basis during my stint at the Institute. I will always recall her as the one at the door of Byerly Hall, arms spread in welcome and the perfect sharp exclamation of acknowledgement issuing not only from the largess of her mind but also from the portal of a deep spirit.

To learn more about this remarkable individual, follow the link below:

https://www.radcliffe.harvard.edu/news/in-news/radcliffe-institute-mourns-judith-vichniac-who-led-radcliffe-fellowship-program

THE MAGICAL SOUNDS OF A WVIK INTERVIEW

Follow the link below to hear an interview with me conducted by Don Wooten, in the seventh decade of his broadcasting career, and Roald Tweet, Augustana College professor emeritus, at NPR affiliate WVIK on June 27, 2019:

https://www.wvik.org/post/scribble-ben-miller#stream/0

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Don Wooten, Ben Miller, Roald Tweet (left to right)