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Houston Writer Charts Her Own Path Outside the World of Academia

Houston’s Miah Arnold is a different kind of writer. Many folks of the literary mindset opt for a career in academia to earn a living while honing their craft. But Arnold’s path took a different turn. She’s created her own writing studio, called Grackle & Grackle, to help others find their literary voice. In a recent […]

Houston writer Miah Arnold, author of the novel "Sweet Land of Bigamy," talks at an event for local literary organization Inprint. (Image Courtesy Inprint, via Vimeo)Sweet Land of Bigamy - Miah ArnoldHouston’s Miah Arnold is a different kind of writer. Many folks of the literary mindset opt for a career in academia to earn a living while honing their craft.

But Arnold’s path took a different turn. She’s created her own writing studio, called Grackle & Grackle, to help others find their literary voice.

In a recent interview for Houston Public Media’s occasional web series Writing the City, Arnold talks about opting out of academia and her journey as a writer. Arnold is the author of the novel Sweet Land of Bigamy.

(Above: Houston writer Miah Arnold, author of the novel “Sweet Land of Bigamy,” talks at an event for local literary organization Inprint. Image Courtesy Inprint, via Vimeo)

MORE: Miah Arnold Extended Interview (Houston Public Media, Aug. 17, 2016)

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