JM Miller is a queer/trans writer, artist & instructor. Their poetry collection, nightsong (forthcoming 2020 from Sundress) is a transliberatory lyric of politics, nature and identity. They won the Grand Prize for the Eco Arts Awards in 2014 & was a finalist for terrain.org’s 2013 poetry contest. Please read an interview about their first collection, “Wilderness Lessons” (FutureCycle Press) here. Their chapbook, “Primitive Elegy,” was printed by alice blue books. JM is a Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Washington in Tacoma & teaches at Richard Hugo House. Their work explores intersections of nature & justice, celebrating identity while collapsing difference through poetry, hybrid essays & paintings.
JM’s work can be found at Tupelo Quarterly, Bellingham Review, Poecology, terrain.org, CURA, Cimarron Review, Columbia Poetry Review, Written River: A Journal of Eco-Poetics, Five Fingers Review and others. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about classes, manuscript editing or booking performances.