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Interchange – Alyce Miller

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Host Dave Stewart interviews author and IU professor Alyce Miller. She is the author of the novel “Stopping for Green Lights” and two collections of short stories, “Water: Nine Stories”, winner of the Mary McCarthy Prize in Fiction, and “The Nature of Longing”, which won the Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction. Ms. Miller discusses the aspects of working in academia and in the “real world” while retaining the career of being a published author. She also talks about her upbringing in Switzerland, life without a television set, and how these environmental factors have affected her writing and her perception of the world.

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