Heather Ross Miller

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Heather Ross Miller (born 1939) is an American writer.[1]

Miller was born in Albemarle, North Carolina. In 1961, she earned a bachelor's degree from Woman's College (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro). She went on to earn an MFA in creative writing from the college in 1969. For the 1968-69 and 1973–74 years, she earned fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts. Inspired by professor and poet Randall Jarrell, Miller became an instructor in reading and writing.

Books[edit]

  • The Edge of the Woods (1964)
  • Tenants of the House (1966)
  • The Wind Southerly (1967)
  • Gone a Hundred Miles (1968)
  • Horse Horse Tyger Tyger (1973)
  • A Spiritual Divorce and Other Stories (1974)
  • Confessions of a Champeen Fire-Baton Twirler (1976)
  • Therapia (1982)
  • Adam's First Wife (1983)
  • Hard Evidence (1990)
  • La Jupe Espagnole (1991)
  • Friends and Assassins (1993)
  • In the Funny Papers (1995)[2]
  • Days of Love and Murder (1999)
  • Champeen (1999)
  • Crusoe's Island: A Story of a Writer and a Place (2000)
  • Miss Jessie Dukes and Kid Heavy (2003)
  • Freaks in Love (2004)
  • Gypsy with Baby (2005)
  • The Creative Writing Murders (2007)
  • Lumina (2011)
  • Celestial Navigator (2014)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Heather Ross Miller". Poets & Writers.
  2. ^ Miller, Heather Ross (September 6, 1995). "In the Funny Papers: Stories". University of Missouri Press – via Google Books.

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