The Miller Aud-cast | January 28, 2021

Hello, there, readers, writers, & friends: it’s episode #2 of the Miller Aud-cast. This time out, we feature a wry nightmare from Jim Vockler Whyte. “The Shrinking Island” details the brutal unraveling of a family whose plane has crashed on an unnamed island, a dark allegory for our time, with its network of issues, from climate to class and beyond.

Jim Vockler Whyte is a writer and editor whose work has been published by Tin House, Confrontation, VICE, The Lifted Brow, and Voiceworks. He holds a BA in Media Arts & Production from The University of Technology, Sydney. He grew up and lived on Bundjalung country in the Northern Rivers Region of New South Wales, Australia, and has lived and worked in New York City since 2014. His website is: www.jimvocklerwhyte.com.

The Miller Aud-cast is the re-envisioning of the Miller Audio Prize from the Missouri Review. Submissions for the 2021 prize are open now through Submittable. Learn all about it here: www.missourireview.com/contests/audio-contest/.

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