About the Author
Caroline Miller has published numerous short stories in publications as diverse as Children’s Digest, Grit and Tales of the Talisman. Her short story, “Under the Bridge and Beneath the Moon,’ was dramatized for radio in Oregon and Washington. Her novel, Heart Land was published in 2009 by Schiel & Denver, and Gothic Spring was also published in 2009 by Asylett press.
Caroline is also a silk painter whose pieces have been sold in local galleries in the Portland area. Her art work has also been included in a number of juried exhibits. She taught English at both the high school and university levels, headed a Labor union for five years and successfully ran for public office three times.
Caroline holds a B.A. and M.A.T. degree from Reed College and an M.A. in Literature from Northern Arizona University where she graduated with honors. Ms. Miller lived for two years in England and two years in what is now called Zimbabwe.
Caroline Miller pictured above with Gloria Steinem, founder of NOW (National Organization of Women) - May 2011
List of Publications
Heart Land, 2009 (ISBN 978-1849030052) Schiel & Denver Book Publishers
Gothic Spring, 2009 (ISBN 978-1934337684) Asylett Press
"The Christmas Eve of Doubting Thomas," 1989 Young American
"Saying Goodbye" 1996 The Advocate
"Elements of Expository Writing" Portland Public Schools
"Woman on the Scarlet Beast" Two dramatic readings in Oregon and California (work in progress)
Semi-finalist in competition JAWS