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Pamela Miller

Born: 1952 in Baltimore, Maryland
Connection to Illinois: Miller grew up on the South Side of Chicago and now lives on the North Side of Chicago.

Biography: Pamela Miller has been writing and performing poetry for more than 30 years. During this time, she has published four books of poems. She has won three Illinois Arts Council Literary Awards, and her work has appeared in many magazines and anthologies, including ''The Paris Review'', ''Pudding'', ''Wicked Alice'', ''The MacGuffin'', ''blossombones'', Poetry ''Super Highway'', ''Concho River Review'', ''OVS'', ''Free Lunch'', ''After Hours'', ''The Great American Poetry Show 2'', and ''How to Read a Poem''.

  • Miller has won awards from the Illinois Arts Council, the Feminist Writers Guild, the Jo-Anne Hirshfield Poetry Awards, Rambunctious Review and the Frieda Stein Fenster Memorial Poetry Awards.

Pamela Miller on WorldCat :

Selected Titles

  Fast little shoes /
ISBN: 094258211X OCLC: 16146655

Erie Street Press, Oak Park, IL : ©1986.

Miss unthinkable :
ISBN: 9781936419265 OCLC: 853620641

Mayapple Press, Woodstock, NY : 2013.


  Mysterious coleslaw /
ISBN: 1564390209 OCLC: 32009063

Ridgeway Press, Roseville, Mich. : 1993.

Recipe for disaster :
ISBN: 093241219X OCLC: 57367586

Mayapple Press, Saginaw, MI : ©2003.