Aaron Steven Miller

Tech and dirt, philosophy/fabrication. From the midwest, where pastoral/dirt mixes with academic/tech, and interesting things emerge. Based in NYC.


How To Change the Future of Publishing Now, Even Though It’s Too Late


Why now, and why is it too late? And why at this moment, as opposed to a year ago? We’ve seen massive changes in…


Leprechaun

Down in Goldhill


Company C saw him in Goldhill Township, Illinois, walking amongst their troops. He was short in stature and like many in the Union this late in…


Reflections on Rebirth

From Toluca to Mirror Lake


Life has highs and lows. What concerns most people is the in-between, but not me. It’s the in-between of birth-to…


Your Legacy

And the accusation you can’t escape


You’re the greatest designer the universe has ever known. You were born in a vacuum and self-engendered all of your…

Publications edited by Aaron Steven Miller

Meditations on American distance, longing, and myth: short fiction, essays, and forms in-between.


Real Pages Are All About Flow

Authors and designers, say goodbye to pagination


I love printed pages. They are objects, bound together, presented for sequential…


Consumption in the Shadow of Art


After devouring gnocchi in buttery balsamic reduction, I walked around the Metropolitan Museum looking at people’s faces as they looked at the art. I…


How To Change the Future of Publishing Now, Even Though It’s Too Late


Why now, and why is it too late? And why at this moment, as opposed to a year ago? We’ve seen massive changes in…


Last Days at OGNC: Organic In the Bubble


FuckedCompany and CNET were where the rumors started appearing. We all gossipped like provincial country dames. Several people said they had heard…


Degrees of Distance: The Evolution To Third Person


We tell stories from the time we can speak. When we become articulate, we all start off telling stories about our lives in the first…


Try, Try Again

Getting through the trifecta of suffering


The success of writers, no matter what stature, is always subject to massive distortion by the publicity…


On the Importance of Being Grumpy if You Write Fiction


I'm a grumpy guy. Sometimes I don't email people back right away. Sometimes not at all. Sometimes I will email them back…