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G. Miki Hayden
G. Miki Hayden
 
G. Miki Hayden has written four published books: Pacific Empire; By Reason of Insanity; Writing the Mystery: A Start-to-Finish Guide for Both Novice and Professional; and New Pacific. Although all four were well-received, two were given special acknowledgement. Pacific Empire won a rave in The NYTimes, followed by inclusion on the Times Summer Reading list-the summer equivalent of the winter Notables. Writing the Mystery was nominated for an Agatha, an Anthony, and a Macavity against Tony Hillerman's memoirs and won one of the three awards-the Macavity. In 2004, Miki was given an Edgar for her short story "The Maids," set during a tense time in the history of Haiti-a slave rebellion against the French in the 1700s. Miki's 2004 story, "The Girl in Apartment 2A" was recently nominated for a Derringer from the Short Mystery Fiction Society.

Miki writes an eclectic range of fiction and nonfiction, being published in science fiction, mystery, and romance as well as literary fiction. A 25-year trade journalist, she now writes about psychopharmacology, health care business, and long term care.

Miki teaches both fiction and nonfiction writing at Writer's Digest's online workshops, and her profiles of other authors, analyses of genre fiction, and writing critiques appear from time to time in the magazine.

The next book up for Miki in 2006 will be a style and composition book for all writers--The Naked Writer from Durban House.

 
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G. MIKI HAYDEN at Today in Literature
Edgars Week, 2005, a 60th Birthday for MWA

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Another Night, A Birthday Party

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That's All She Wrote

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BEA Bites the Big Apple, Books Flow Like Wine

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The 7th Annual Harlem Book Fair

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