Brenda Miller

Brenda Miller


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Brenda Miller is the author of Season of the Body and co-author of Tell it Slant: Writing and Shaping Creative Nonfiction Her newest collection of essays, Blessing of the Animals, is forthcoming from Eastern Washington University Press. Her work has received five Pushcart Prizes and has been published in many journals, including Fourth Genre, Creative Nonfiction, The Sun, Utne Reader, The Georgia Review, and The Missouri Review.

She currently lives in Bellingham, WA, with her dog Abbe and her cat Madrona, both of whom are acting as muses for her next book, where she is an Associate Professor of English at Western Washington University and serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Bellingham Review.


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Tell It Slant: Writing and ...

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Season of the Body: Essays

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Blessing of the Animals

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The Pen and the Bell: Mindl...

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Listening Against the Stone...

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Who You Will Become

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An Earlier Time

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An Earlier Life

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Church Ladies' Divine Desse...

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Curiosity Expands Your Mind...

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“What is so frightening about [writing]? I still don't know. Perhaps it's the horrible knowledge that no matter how well you write, the resultant product will never correlate exactly to the truth, will never arrive with quite the melodious voice you hear in the acoustic cavity of your mind.”
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