Miranda Miller

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Miranda Miller (born 23 September 1950)[1][2] is an English novelist who has also published short stories and a book of interviews with homeless women and politicians.

Biography[edit]

She was born in London,[3] the daughter of Alan Hyman and the youngest of four children (including the artist Timothy Hyman and Afghan scholar Anthony Hyman). She was educated at St Christopher's School, Hampstead, Queen's College, London and PNEU School, Queen's Gardens before starting a History degree at King's College London. After a year she moved to Rome where she wrote her first novel. She has also lived in Libya, Saudi Arabia and Japan.

From 1979-1999 she was married to the artist and teacher Dr Michael Miller and has one daughter, Rebecca, born in 1981. She is now married to the musician Gordon St John Clarke and they live in North London.

List of works[edit]

  • Under the Rainbow: Hutchinson, 1978 (published under the name Miranda Hyman)
  • Family: Hutchinson, 1979
  • Before Natasha: Love Stories, 1985
  • Smiles and the Millennium: Virago, 1987
  • A Thousand and One Coffee Mornings: Scenes from Saudi Arabia: Peter Owen, 1989
  • Bed and Breakfast: Women and Homelessness Today, The Women's Press, 1990
  • Loving Mephistopheles: Peter Owen, 2007[4]
  • Nina in Utopia, Part 1 of The Bedlam Trilogy: Peter Owen, 2010[5]
  • The Fairy Visions of Richard Dadd, Part 2 of The Bedlam Trilogy: Peter Owen, 2013[6]

She is currently working on the third part of The Bedlam Trilogy: King of the Vast.[7]

Awards[edit]

  • 1989 K Blundell Award from the Society of Authors
  • 2013 Royal Literary Fund Fellowship at the Courtauld Institute

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Miranda Miller". mirandamiller.info. Retrieved 2015-08-29. 
  2. ^ "Miller, Miranda 1950- (Overview)". worldcat.org. Retrieved 2015-08-29. 
  3. ^ "Miranda Miller". goodreads.com. Retrieved 2015-08-29. 
  4. ^ "Miranda Miller talks about Loving Mephistopheles". youtube.com. Retrieved 2015-08-30. 
  5. ^ "Nina in Utopia by Miranda Miller - review". guardian.com. Retrieved 2015-08-30. 
  6. ^ "Books by Miranda Miller". amazon.com. Retrieved 2015-08-29. 
  7. ^ "The History Girls:Writing the Bedlam Trilogy". the-history-girls.blogspot.co.uk. Retrieved 2015-08-30. 

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