|PROFESSOR ALYCE MILLER
Alyce Miller is an award-winning author of five books, with a sixth forthcoming in 2016. More than 200 stories, essays, poems, and articles have also appeared in print. In addition to teaching creative writing (fiction, nonfiction, and poetry), literature, and special topics classes, she is a licensed attorney, with strong interests in both family law and animal advocacy law. Both her writing and teaching reflect the social and cultural influences in her own life: gender, race, sexuality, class, animality, the environment, etc.
Alyce Miller was born in Zurich, Switzerland, and raised in Michigan and Ohio. She spent much of her adult life in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Selected Awards and Honors:
Ellen Gilchrist Prize in Fiction, Mary McCarthy Prize in Short Fiction, Flannery O’Connor Award in Short Fiction, Lawrence Prize, Kenyon Review Prize for Literary Excellence in Fiction
She has won three Indiana University Trustee Teaching Awards, a New Frontiers Grant, a New Perspectives Grant, and a CAHI fellowship.
Visit Alyce's website at: www.alycemillerwriter.com