Articles by Jennifer Miller

May 7, 2012

In Defense of Autobiography 16

I spent years feeling like a failure before I’d even started writing, all because I was terrified of producing a cliché. If only I could have written a World War II epic with a chose your own adventure twist.

July 15, 2011

Homecoming: Meg Mitchell Moore’s The Arrivals 1

It’s not the large problems that drive The Arrivals but the small ones—Mitchell’s meticulous attention to detail and the vibrancy with which she portrays the complex emotions of family life.