Peyton Marshall

Peyton Marshall is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Tin House, A Public Space, Blackbird, Etiqueta Negra, FiveChapters, and Best New American Voices 2004. She lives in Portland, Oregon. Goodhouse is her first novel.


ARTICLES FEATURING PEYTON

No Bible Without the Devil

As in the best speculative fiction, the allegory of Goodhouse is complex and doesn’t map cleanly onto a single set of ideas....

No Bible Without the Devil


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