With her art history degrees from UC Berkeley and UCLA, Elise began writing as an art critic and reviewer for several well known publications, including the Los Angeles Times, Art News, The Reader, and San Diego Magazine, for which she wrote a monthly column. Two of her short stories have been published in The Sand Hill Review (2007, 2010), for which she served as guest fiction editor in 2008. These were included in the SHR's tenth anniversary publication, The Best of Sand Hill Review (2012). In addition, a chapter of A Time to Cast Away Stones was selected for inclusion in the 2010 literary journal, Fault Zone,Words from the Edge, and her short story, "Playing with the Rules," was published in Fault Zone: Stepping Up to the Edge in 2012. In 1998, she and her husband moved from San Diego to the San Francisco Bay Area, where she enjoys the region's literary opportunities and her memberships in the San Francisco Writers Workshop and the California Writers Club, San Francisco Peninsula Branch.
A Time to Cast Away Stones
by Elise Frances Miller
Janet Magill’s brother has been shipped off to Vietnam, and Aaron Becker, her childhood sweetheart, might well be next. When Janet’s parents banish her from the Berkeley protests to what they expect will be a safe, idyllic springtime in Paris, she runs headlong into the 1968 May Revolution and falls in love with a secretive Czech...
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