Soon Pandemonium Logs: Sioux Falls 2020-2022 will be released by Raritan Skiff Books, an imprint of Rutgers University Press.

One description of the project goes like this:

In 2015, Ben Miller and Anne Pierson Wiese, moved from NYC to

Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to explore their midwestern roots and

to focus on writing projects. Working a day job in a hospital,

Miller had a front-row seat to the Covid-19 pandemic as it moved

from the coasts to the Upper Midwest. Spanning March 2020

to January 2022 and taking the form of documentary-style notes,

Pandemonium Logs casts an unflinching eye on the state of

the US healthcare system during a global pandemic, giving voice

to the doctors, nurses, patients, and families at the center of the

crisis and raising crucial questions about medical ethics, regional

divides, and the human cost of organizational malfunction.


Recently I had a wide-ranging conversation addressing various literary projects with Vick Mickunas, host of the NPR author interview show Book Nook.

Click this link to access the interview:

Click this link to access a related review of Full of Hunger and Full of Bread: The World of Jura Soyfer 1912-1939