Marnie Mueller (born Tule Lake War Relocation Center) is an American novelist.
"This is a compelling novel of sorrow, idealism and loyalty documenting how Japanese Americans were driven from their American homes into American concentration camps and how they struggled honorably to preserve their dignity in the face of insult and exile." --Grace Paley|"Novelist Mueller was born in the Tule Lake Camp, and her story is loosely based on her parents' experiences, but what makes this a riveting novel is not only the strong sense of history and the particulars of the racist internment but also the way the politics is played out in family, work, and erotic love." --Booklist|"Marnie Mueller has sited her new novel at the heart of one of the great all-American injustices of modern times-the internment of Japanese American citizens at Tule Lake during the Second World War. She has given us a morally intricate story splendidly evocative of the place and the times, told with great drive and clarity, peopled with vividly realized characters. I hope her book will attract the wide readership it deserves." -Norman Rush