About

Scott Miles is from Downriver Detroit and currently lives in Chicago. His short stories have appeared in The Summerset Review, LIT, Storyglossia, Cimarron Review, Beloit Fiction Journal, The MacGuffin, Thieves Jargon, Pebble Lake Review, Needle: A Magazine of Noir, Barely South Magazine, and forthcoming in Suspense Magazine. Twice nominated for a Pushcart Prize, he  is working on his second novel because his first one sucked.

Stories:

Swinging in Suspense Magazine.

Long Weekend in Barely South Review.

Crash Where You Land reprinted in Hypertext Magazine.

The Hills in Chicago Literati.

Erwin’s Main Attraction in Needle: A Magazine of Noir and subsequently listed as one of the Distinguished Mystery Stories in the Best American Mystery Stories 2014.

Freezer Burn in Atticus Review and subsequently nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

Paddy Wagon in Crime Factory.

Stripped in the Avatar Review.

Ćupco in The Summerset Review.

Altoona in The Oyez Review.

Crash Where You Land in Storyglossia.

Back-Up in Thieves Jargon.

Mt. Trashmore in LIT Magazine.

When You’re the Mailman in Cimarron Review.

Losing Focus in The MacGuffin and subsequently nominated for a Pushcart Prize.

One More Try in The Pebble Lake Review.

Fungoo’s Hockshop in Beloit Fiction Journal.

Detroit to Seattle Transplant in The 2nd Hand.

Future Farmers of America in Pindeldyboz.

Essays:

Christmas Lights in The Good Men Project

Are You Going for a Boy Next? in The Good Men Project

Poetry:

Nah, I’m just joking. I don’t write poetry.

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