Alex Miller is a Pittsburgh-based writer, journalist and graphic designer. His fiction has been published widely in print and online journals, including Maudlin House, Whiskeypaper and Rabbit Catastrophe Review. He is the author of the novella, “Osama bin Laden is Dead,” a coming-of-age story set in a small town in post-9/11 America. He is the former head of design for Fifth Wednesday Journal and has lived and worked in Nashville, Chattanooga, Daytona Beach and the Big Island of Hawaii. A Florida native, he grew up in Spring Hill, Tennessee.
Miller is the author of How to Write an Emotionally Resonant Werewolf Novel.
The stories in How to Write an Emotionally Resonant Werewolf Novel were written during the tumultuous years following the global financial crisis. They show us glimpses of ourselves as we fold shirts for minimum wage at the mall, scrape together rent money from tips earned waiting tables, stay up until 3 a.m. playing video games, skip school, skip work, smoke cigarettes, watch resignedly as our nation marches to war, cheat on the people we love, linger at night on their social media pages, and find ourselves suddenly alone and at peace, standing on a hilltop with birds.
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