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Harriet Levin Millan

Fiction & Nonfiction

Fiction & Nonfiction

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How Fast Can You Run:

a novel based on the life of Michael Majok Kuch

A 2017 Charter for Compassion Global Read and The Smart Set's 2017  Book Club selection

“The refugee is the hero of our time, a champion for human survival and freedom. At this hour, millions of anonymous men, women and children are fleeing brutal dictatorial regimes, drug cartels, environmental devastation and hopeless poverty. They press up against our fences. With sensitivity, passion and grave reportorial insight, Harriet Levin Millan tells the epic story of a single refugee, the indomitable Michael Majok Kuch, and she gives song to them all.”
—Ken Kalfus, National Book Award Finalist
An excerpt from How Fast Can You Run Writing:

“A Poetic Argument”

 “Poetry Walk”  in Open the Door: How to Excite Young People About Poetry (McSweeney's)
Edited by Dorothea Lasky, Dominic Luxford & Jesse Nathan 

“An Affair Remembered”

“Biblio Cheval”

“The German Guy”

“The House”

“Oh, Brothers”

“Papal Work”

“Stolen Away”

“Those Winter Nights”

"Philly's Flagship Store"

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