It came from Devin Miller

Devin Miller’s story “A Lie in the Sand” was published in Metaphorosis on Friday, 4 February 2022. My girlfriend, also a writer, is much more musical than I am, and she has a tendency to get story ideas from songs. This habit seems to be catching, as the seed of this story was Bob Dylan’s “Mr. Tambourine Man”. The setting and mood of the story originated in the song, especially drawing on the lines, “Far …

A question for Devin Miller

Q: What’s your writing schedule?

A: My brain is at its most functional in the morning, so that’s when I prefer to write. I’m fortunate to have a day job with a flexible schedule; I usually try to get a good ninety minutes of writing done before work. I try to write on weekend mornings as well, though sometimes I bribe myself into a weekend afternoon writing session with tea and a pastry. In general, I’m the sort of person who thrives on doing the same thing every day, so if I can I like to throw at least a few words at a project every day until it’s done.


Devin Miller’s story “A Lie in the Sand
in Metaphorosis Friday, 4 February 2022.
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About Devin Miller

Devin Miller is a queer, genderqueer cyborg and lifelong denizen of Seattle, with a love of muddy beaches to show for it. When not writing, they enjoy propagating houseplants, starting craft projects, and performing dairy alchemy. They are assisted in these endeavors by a cat named Oolong Kittea.

@devzmiller


Devin Miller’s story “A Lie in the Sand
in Metaphorosis Friday, 4 February 2022.
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