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Miller Reviews Recent Holocaust Novel for the San Francisco Chronicle

‘The Emperor of Lies,’ by Steve Sem-Sandberg.
Gregory Leon Miller, Special to The Chronicle.
San Francisco Chronicle December 4, 2011.

Gregory Miller, Ph.D., who teaches in the Departments of English and Communications, published a review of Steve Sem-Sandberg’s novel of the Holocaust, “The Emperor of Lies,” in the San Francisco Chronicle. Miller, a member of the National Book Critics Circle, regularly reviews for the Chronicle. Here are some of Miller’s other reviews of books by Daniel Kehlmann, Gunter Grass, Alina Bronsky, Mona Simpson and Gil Scott-Heron.

Miller’s essay on novelist Percival Everett appears in the Los Angeles Review of Books

Gregory Miller

Gregory Miller, Ph.D., who teaches in the Departments of English and Communications, has published an essay on contemporary American author Percival Everett in the Los Angeles Review of Books. “Identity Crisis” explores the entwined themes of irrationality and African-American identity in Everett’s newest novel, “Assumption,” and in his work overall. More information.

Scully’s work, Bouncing About, released on Navona Records

Product DetailsCSUB Music Lecturer, Jim Scully, is pleased to announce the release of his latest CD project, Claviatures. This CD – a compilation of music by composers from around the world – features his work Bouncing About for violin and piano. Scully composed the piece in 2001 while studying with Grammy Award winning composer/pianist Billy Childs. The piece was recorded in July 2010 in Prague and released on the Navona Record Label.

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