Nancy Anne Miller In Jamaica Sunday Observer

March 15, 2022 | 0 Comments

Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller was recently interviewed by Jacqueline Bishop, a noted Jamaican artist and Peepal Tree press author, for Bookends, a weekend feature of Jamaica’s Sunday Observer.

The article says, “Today, Bookends presents the second in this year’s series of conversations, rebranded #Onecaribbean from the original #Inconversation, to encompass not just Jamaican women writers but also women from the region interviewed by Jacqueline Bishop, in recognition of International Women’s History Month.

“These interviews are aimed at discovering more about women writers — their lives, philosophy and process of creation. This year Bishop speaks with writers from Jamaica, Guyana, Bermuda, and Haiti.

“Today’s featured writer is Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller with nine poetry collections, Tide Tables [Kelsay Books 2019] being her latest. She is published internationally in journals such as Edinburgh Review, Poetry Ireland Review, Salzburg Review, Agenda, Stand, The Fiddlehead, and The Caribbean Writer, among others. She is a Macdowell Fellow and Bermuda Arts Council Grant recipient.”

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“Nancy Anne Miller is a Bermudian poet with nine collections. Latitude, Longitude is her latest [Kelsay Books 2021]. She is published internationally in journals such as Edinburgh Review, Poetry Ireland Review, Salzburg Review, Agenda, The Fiddlehead, The Caribbean Writer, PREE. She has an M.Litt. in Creative Writing from the University of Glasgow, is a MacDowell Fellow, and Bermuda Arts Council Grant recipient.

You can read the full story here on PressReader.

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