Houston Chron Review

Posted by on Jul 28, 2012 in blogpost, books, Media, Reviews | 0 comments

Houston Chron Review

The unexpectedness of the opening scene — Helen hiking up the Black Elk Mountains with the Hindu pundit who’s to perform her (second) wedding ceremony — is a frightfully fresh scenario, the perfect doorway into a thick, thorny story.

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Interview with Ben LeRoy

Posted by on Jun 29, 2012 in blogpost, Interviews and articles | 0 comments

Interview with Ben LeRoy

Ben LeRoy and I discuss my novel in a spooky hotel hallway

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Reviews of Shorter Works

Posted by on Jun 19, 2012 in blogpost, Media | 0 comments

REVIEWS SHORT FICTION: “How She Rathered” (published in Nanofiction) Review by New Pages May 2012 “Miah Arnold presents us with a bone rattling story about a woman who starts collecting teeth in “How She Rathered.” She steals these teeth from under countless pillows, filling a sack in less than one hour. Finally, “At home, when she emptied its contents into her tub, they nearly filled it. Without the salivic gleam of their usual context the teeth looked like kernels of bathtub.” She fills the bathtub and lays down in the teeth, submerging herself in them. Finally, she swishes...

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Blurbs

Posted by on Jun 1, 2012 in blogpost, Reviews | 0 comments

"Sweet Land of Bigamy is as weird as America, as absurd as our times, and as beautiful as our contradictions."

Mat Johnson, author of Pym

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