The Miller Aud-cast | February 25, 2021

This episode features our second finalist for the 2021 Miller Audio Prize, the prose entry “Maps and Fires,” by Jared Green, as adapted with Tracy Bull and Nivedhan Singh.

Jared Green is a fiction writer, literary critic, and professor of English literature at Stonehill College. His poetry has appeared in Waccamaw, Tiny Seed, Emergency Index, and the anthology The Art of Living (forthcoming, Poetose Press), and his fiction and critical writing have been published in numerous journals, including Gulf Coast, Quiddity, The Write Launch, New Limestone Review, and Cagibi. He lives in Concord, MA.

Tracy Bull is an illustrator and mother of three. She also happens to be the neighbor of the author and was honored to lend her voice to the narration of “Maps and Fires.”

Nivedhan Singh is a music producer, actor, director, and activist. His most recent work includes: Senior Program Direction with the national music education nonprofit, Notes for Notes, sound design for the award-winning Nashville Repertory Theatre, and audio post-production for film/music with his record label, Bedlam Sound. His short film, “Nivedhan: An Animated Short” (2019) has been featured in academic conferences and educational programs throughout the US. He is the lead singer and founding member of the musical groups Sleep Away Camp and Sex Habits, in addition to self-titled solo releases. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

Be sure to follow Jared on Instagram (@jfgreen71), Facebook (, and at his website:

Find more work from Tracy Bull at and around Concord, MA, where she resides.

As for Nivedhan, more of his work can be found on the Web at All Social media/Music links can found here: