Author Emily Jeanne Miller was featured in the 2019 Winter Words series.

Emily Jeanne Miller graduated from Princeton University, then worked as a newspaper reporter before attending graduate school at the University of Montana, where she earned a master’s in environmental studies. While there, she edited an anthology of writing about western Montana’s Clark Fork River Basin (“The River We Carry with Us”), and also discovered her passion for fiction writing, which took her to Gainesville, Florida, for an MFA. Her short fiction has appeared in various literary journals, and she is the author of the novels “Brand New Human Being” and “The News from the End of the World.” She has received fellowships from Yaddo, The MacDowell Colony, the Vermont Studio Center, the Sewanee Writers’ Conference and Aspen Words. She currently lives and writes on Cape Cod with her husband, daughter and dog.