This is Mark Miller at his finest—think Kurt Vonnegut and Joseph Heller writing a raunchy sex comedy.

A new five-star review! The Two-Headed Lady at the End of the World, by Mark Miller. I have been reading Mark Miller's writing for decades, since back when he went by another name (still does in some circles), back when Miller was mostly writing poetry about anything--often subjects that struck him as odd, twisted, or … Continue reading This is Mark Miller at his finest—think Kurt Vonnegut and Joseph Heller writing a raunchy sex comedy.

New Review

This is a love story, a thriller, a comedy, and a science fiction epic, and that’s a tough genre combination to manage, but I think Miller does a good job of it. [He] has an entertaining sense of humor (and sense of the absurd that sometimes metamorphoses into the surreal) and displays a deft hand … Continue reading New Review

I’m hiring a ghostwriter for the next novel

The Two-Headed Lady at the End of the WorldPre-order an autographed copy of Mark Miller's audacious new novel! $17.95 + $2.50 shipping and handling (Domestic US only). Forthcoming 12/12/22 from Montag Press, books fit for burning!$20.45Click here to purchase. Amanda and Miranda Morgan are identical twins dreaming about first kisses and playing spin the bottle … Continue reading I’m hiring a ghostwriter for the next novel

Another Great Review!

Amanda and Miranda Morgan are identical twins dreaming about first kisses and playing spin the bottle in the ‘80s of rural east Texas, until a secret government particle collider hidden beneath their family farm accidentally conjoins them. Now they must navigate the normal teenage angst of love, hormones, and popularity as two minds trapped in … Continue reading Another Great Review!

Advanced Reviews Mark Miller’s The Two-Headed Lady at the End of the World is an absurdist romp that ties together conjoined twins, mad gay love in underground nuclear bunkers, Yugos, sentient CPU’s, the 1980s, and the tribulations of young romance when you’re two girls in one body. With rock-solid prose, Miller’s tale comes off like … Continue reading