Bio for 2022

Julia Anne Miller is a writer from Louisville, Kentucky. She has taught undergraduate philosophy at the University of Cincinnati and Stony Brook University, lectured at Northern Kentucky University and the University of Kentucky, and taught a memoir writing workshop at Miami University. She has an MA in Philosophy from Stony Brook and a PhD in Humanities and Culture from Union Institute & University.
Julia Anne’s dissertation, “Speaking in Bipolar Tongues: A Personal Memoir and a Scholarly Analysis of Creativity and Madness” has been nominated for the Marvin B. Sussman Award. She has published poetry and creative nonfiction in a variety of journals and anthologies, including the Jack Walker Press anthologies Corners: Voices on Change (2018) and Friends: Voices On The Gift Of Companionship (2020).

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