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Bermuda Poet Miller Publishes New Collection

Bermuda Poet Miller Publishes New Collection

Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller has recently published the eighth collection of her verse, Tide Tables. American/French poet George Hobson says the poems collected in her new book represent, in part, an “impassioned quest to express her several cultural allegiances, to Bermuda, England, and America.” In an advance review of Tide Tables... Read more of this article

Nancy Anne Miller Reads Poem “Pearl”

Nancy Anne Miller Reads Poem “Pearl”

Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller recently read her poem Pearl from her chapbook Conch, which the Bermuda Arts Council funded in 2002; this is her second reading as part of Angles of Light: Readings of Caribbean Poetry. Ms. Miller said, “I read my poem Pearl from my chapbook Conch which the Bermuda Arts Council funded in 2002. The poem is named after... Read more of this article

Poetry Broadcast To Feature Nancy Anne Miller

Poetry Broadcast To Feature Nancy Anne Miller

Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller was recently invited to be part of a program titled Angles Of Light: Readings Of Caribbean Poetry, with her segment to be broadcast in March. Ms. Miller said, “I was invited by the Jamaican writer Juleus Ghunta to be part of Angles of Light: Readings of Caribbean Poetry which was and will be broadcast in the United... Read more of this article

Nancy Anne Miller Releases “Boiling Hot” Book

Nancy Anne Miller Releases “Boiling Hot” Book

Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller has released a new book entitled Boiling Hot, which the book’s description says is “inspired by her birthplace, Bermuda,” The book’s description says, “Inspired by her birthplace, Bermuda, Miller successfully blurs the line between exploiting and normalizing the exotic: a seahorse is both the... Read more of this article

Poetry Book Explores Bermuda, Identity & More

Poetry Book Explores Bermuda, Identity & More

Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller has released a new poetry book entitled Island Bound Mail, which is described as exploring issues such as an “identity formed in exile, the complexities of belonging, and reveals the multilayers of colonial life on a semitropical island almost seven hundred miles out at sea.” The book’s description... Read more of this article

Nancy Anne Miller Named ‘Poet Of The Month’

Nancy Anne Miller Named ‘Poet Of The Month’

Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller has been named ‘Poet of the Month’ by The Missing Slate, with an associated interview article saying “her poems are informed and shaped primarily by her birthplace, Bermuda.” The article says, “Nancy Anne Miller has lived in Connecticut and England, but her poems are informed and shaped... Read more of this article

Poem Inspired By Google Street View’s Bermuda

Poem Inspired By Google Street View’s Bermuda

Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller has responded to news that Google Street View has added its Bermuda Highlights, writing a poem in commemoration of the event that provides a fun and colourful tone. Another uniquely Bermudian offering from the poet, called ‘Lionfish,’ was recently featured on overseas blog. The full Google Street View poem... Read more of this article

Lionfish Poem Contains ‘Precise & Vivid Imagery’

Lionfish Poem Contains ‘Precise & Vivid Imagery’

A poem called ‘Lionfish’ by Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller has been featured on overseas blog ‘Three Worlds One Vision,’ with the piece saying that the lionfish “turns up everywhere just like a bad penny.” The poem’s reviewer says, “After hearing about the lionfish some years ago, I never gave it much... Read more of this article

Bermudian Author Publishes Poetry Collection

Bermudian Author Publishes Poetry Collection

Author Nancy Anne Miller has just released a new book entitled Immigrant’s Autumn: Poems of Exile, a work that takes a look at Bermuda, her native home, from the detached point of view of someone living away – specifically, Connecticut, United States. According to the author’s official biography, “Nancy Anne Miller is a Bermudian... Read more of this article