Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Subterrain reviews Brown Dwarf

If you're looking at the new issue of Subterrain (which you should!), you might want to check out page 65. Here's a taster of the review:

"With a storyline that is both appealing and disturbing on many levels, K.D. Miller's Brown Dwarf explores a significant event in main character Brenda Bray's young life using dual temporal points of view. The novel explores the difficult path Brenda navigates with her depressed mother, her tenuous grappling with her obesity and the reasons behind it, and the dual nature of her connection with Jori--a need to be accepted and loved traversed by a flirtation with lesbian desire."

On stands now!

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