"Eventually the story achieves a momentum all its own, rushing headlong to a shattering finale, and the prose, which Miskowski uses with such care and accuracy throughout, in the final pages attains a fever dream intensity, so that we can't trace any clear divide between reality and the skewed perspectives of the characters, the two blurring into each other, everything viewed through a blood red filter and in the light cast by flickering flames." - Peter Tennant, Black Static
About the Author
Rated by Black Static book critic Peter Tennantas "one of the most interesting and original writers to emerge in recent years," Miskowski has written short stories published in SupernaturalTales, Horror Bound Magazine, Identity Theory, The Absent Willow Review, New Times, Fine Madness, Other Voices, and the anthology Detritus. Herwork has received a Swarthout Award and two National Endowment for theArts Fellowships.
Raised on Flannery O'Connor, Edgar Allan Poe,and public television in Decatur, Georgia, Miskowski now lives inCalifornia with her husband, fantasy and sci-fi author Cory J. Herndon.
For a review of KNOCK KNOCK and DELPHINE DODD, and an extensive author interview, see BLACK STATIC #33.