Miriam Herin 

Miriam Herin’s first novel Absolution won the 2007 Novello Press Literary Award and was cited by Publishers’ Weekly as an “impressive” debut. A native of Miami, Florida, Miriam has been a social worker, taught composition and literature at two universities and three colleges and been on the editorial staffs of Good Housekeeping Magazine and the Winston-Salem Journal. She has also free-lanced as a writer, editor, public relations consultant and producer of films and videos. As a volunteer, she organized and directed an inner city program for teenaged children of Southeast Asian refugee families. Her second novel A Stone for Bread was a top-ten finalist in the 2014 Faulkner-Wisdom novel competition and is published by Livingston Press of West Alabama University. Miriam is the mother of two, grandmother of one and lives with her husband in Greensboro, N.C.
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