Dana Miller

Dana Miller

Dana Miller is a wicked wordsmith, giggling provocateuse, and mega-melomaniac from Atlanta, Georgia. Her poetic syllables like to trundle in the wilds—usually in search of a smackerel or two. On their way, they have found themselves featured in Postscript Magazine, Better Than Starbucks, Fairy Piece, FERAL: A Journal of Poetry and Art, Sledgehammer Lit, ChillFiltr Review, Small Leaf Press, Tofu Ink Press, and Nauseated Drive. When not wielding a lethal pen, Dana adores surf culture, Australian grunge rockers, muscle cars, Epiphone guitars, glitter, Doc Martens, and medieval-looking draft horses with feathered feet. Oxford, England is her spirit-home and Radiohead is holding the last shard of her girlhood heart. Dana has currently completed all coursework for a Doctorate in Modernist Literature and is making headway through her dissertation on Anglo-Irish Women Writers. Her research focuses primarily on ideas of female ferality in Modernist Hibernian writers. It has always been Dana's dream to write and publish on the largest scale possible, and she keeps a cauldron of creative writing projects ever-bubbling to that end. If she's not at home right when you pitch, she's likely down the rock-n-roll highway with an untamed Oz band or merrily lost in the forest near her cottage somewhere.