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Michael Merriam is an author of speculative fiction living in Hopkins, MN. His first novel, Last Car to Annwn Station, was named a "Top Book in 2011" by Readings in Lesbian & Bisexual Women's Fiction. He has also published two story collections, three single-title novellas, and 80+ pieces of short fiction. His novella, Should We Drown in Feathered Sleep, was long-listed for the Nebula Award in 2010.
Like most writers, Michael has worked a variety of odd jobs over the years, including as a musician, short order cook, spoken-word performer, and the booking agent for a puppet troupe. Also a working actor and storyteller, Michael has appeared in the Minnesota Fringe Festival and the Tellebration! Storytelling Festival.
Michael is the convention liaison for the Minnesota Speculative Fiction Writers, and is a member of the Artists with Disabilities Alliance, the Outer Alliance, the Steampunk Artists and Writers Guild, and Story Arts of Minnesota.
Jeanne M. Haskin
on March 04, 2013 :
This new release by author Michael Merriam is intricately and expertly woven, compelling and character-driven. As a story that entwines Native American myth with the lives of extraordinary mortals, the plot leaves nothing less at stake than the fate of human reality--not to mention human existence.
(reviewed the day of purchase)