Warren Miller (author)
|Born||August 31, 1921|
|Died||April 1, 1966 (aged 44)|
New York City, New York
|Pen name||Amanda Vail|
|Genre||Nonfiction, social commentary|
|Notable works||The Cool World|
Warren Miller (August 31, 1921 – April 1, 1966) was an American writer. Although he gained some fame for his books dealing with issues of race, as in The Cool World (1959) and The Siege of Harlem (1964), and for his more political books such as Looking for The General (1964) and Flush Times (1962), because of his early death due to lung cancer and his outspoken political views he has remained relatively unknown.
Miller received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees from the University of Iowa, and was an instructor of literature there during the 1950s. He wrote several novels during the 1950s and early '60s. His novel Love Me Little was originally published under the pseudonym Amanda Vail.
Miller was married twice; first to a woman named Abby, then to a woman named Jane. His first marriage produced two daughters, Scottie and Eve.
- The Bright Young Things, New York: Little Brown & Company, 1958. ASIN: B0007DVZKE
- "Chaos, Disorder, and the Late Show," in Hills, Penney Chapin, and L. Rust Hills, The Way We Live Now, New York: Little Brown & Company, 1958. ASIN: B000TWRGPQ
- The Cool World, New York: Little Brown & Company, 1959. ISBN 0-316-57336-1 ISBN 978-0316573368
- Love Me Little, New York: Bantam Books, 1959. ASIN: B0007HLGY0
- The Sleep of Reason, New York: Little Brown & Company, 1960. ASIN: B000K7D9E2
- 90 Miles From Home, New York: Little Brown & Company, 1961. ASIN: B000QJXMCS
- Flush Times, New York: Little Brown & Company, 1962. ASIN: B000KP0XS4
- Looking For The General, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1964. ASIN: B0007DKC94
- The Siege of Harlem, New York: McGraw-Hill, 1964. ASIN: B000EGMPVM
In other media
- Ancestry.com. Social Security Death Index [database on-line]. Provo, Utah, US: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2010. Original data: Social Security Administration. Social Security Death Index, Master File. Social Security Administration.
- "Books: Jungle Book," Time Magazine review of The Cool World (June 15, 1959)
- "THEATER: Report from the Road," Time Magazine review of The Cool World play (February 15, 1960)
- "Books: Will THEY Never Come?," Time Magazine review of Looking For The General (January 17, 1964)
- "Books: Topical but Funny," Time Magazine review of The Siege of Harlem (August 14, 1964)