Sue Miller

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Sue Miller (born November 29, 1943, Chicago, Illinois) is an American novelist and short story writer who has written a number of best-selling novels.[1]

Early life[edit]

Her duties as a single mother left her with little time to write for many years, and as a result she did not publish her first novel until 1986, after spending almost a decade in various fellowships and teaching positions.

Career[edit]

Since then, two of her novels have been made into feature films, and her book While I Was Gone was an Oprah's Book Club pick in 2000. Miller has taught creative writing classes at Smith College, Amherst, Tufts, MIT, and Boston University.[2]

Publications[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • The Good Mother: a novel (1986) ISBN 9780060505936, made into a movie in 1988
  • Family Pictures: a novel (1990) ISBN 9780575403215
  • For Love: a novel (1993) ISBN 9780060929992
  • The Distinguished Guest: a novel (1995) ISBN 9780060930004
  • While I Was Gone: a novel (1998) ISBN 9780345443281
  • The World Below: a novel (2001) ISBN 9780747584582
  • Lost in the Forest: a novel (2005) ISBN 9780345469595
  • The Senator's Wife: a novel (2008) ISBN 9780307264206
  • The Lake Shore Limited: a novel (2010) ISBN 9780307264213
  • The Arsonist: a novel (2014) ISBN 9780307594792

Short story collections[edit]

Memoirs[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fein, Esther (1993-05-13). "You Read The Book, Now Quiz The Author". The New York Times. Retrieved January 26, 2010.
  2. ^ "Author Interview: Sue Miller". 2015-02-15. Retrieved 2015-11-30.

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