Near midnight she pedals her rented bike past Checkpoint Charlie. Vacant, but suitably restored, the off-white, utilitarian guard box occupies the middle of the street, protected from a barrage of ... [+]
J. Scott Miller
J. Scott Miller is a professor of comparative literature living in the heart of the American West. Professionally, he writes scholarly pieces about arcane subjects, like how Japanese writers adapted Victorian novels. He also translates various genres of Japanese literature. An avid travel photographer, he uses the constraints of short format writing to recreate the immediacy of the camera’s lens.