Brand New Human Being by Emily Jeanne Miller is now available in paperback.
Brand New Human Being by Emily Jeanne Miller (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; 272 pages; $25).
“My name is Logan Pyle. My father is dead, my wife is indifferent, and my son is strange. I’m thirty-six years old. My life is nothing like I thought it would be.” Thus begins Emily Jeanne Miller’s fast-paced and deeply heartfelt debut Brand New Human Being.
Miller has worn many hats in her life. At Princeton University, from which she graduated, she studied comparative religions. She holds an MS in environmental studies from the University of Montana and an MFA in fiction from the University of Florida in Gainesville. Formerly a journalist, Miller covered a wide range of environmental topics, such as Indian casinos, nuclear bomb testing, rock climbing, and grizzly bears. We should be lucky she turned to fiction writing, as her first novel overflows with humor, tenderness, and humanity.
Initially, however, I did…
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