Nancy Anne Miller is a Bermudian poet with eight books: Somersault (Guernica Editions CA 2015), Because There Was No Sea (Anaphora Literary Press USA 2014), Immigrant’s Autumn (Aldrich Press USA 2014 ), Water Logged (Aldrich Press 2016), Star Map (FutureCycle press 2016), Island Bound Mail (Kelsay Books 2017), Boiling Hot (Kelsay Books 2018), Tide Tables (Kelsay Books 2019). Her poems have appeared in Edinburgh Review (UK), Agenda (UK),Ambit (UK), Stand (UK),The International Literary Quarterly (UK), Magma (UK), Journal of Postcolonial Writing (UK),Wasafiri(UK), adda (UK), Mslexia (UK), New Welsh Review (UK), The Moth (IE),A New Ulster (IE), Poetry Ireland Review (IE) Dodging The Rain (IE), Southword Journal (IE), SurVision (IE), The Fiddlehead (CA), The Dalhousie Review (CA),The Toronto Quarterly blog (CA), Postcolonial Text (CA), Transnational Literatures (AU),The Caribbean Writer (VI), tongues of the ocean (BS),Sargasso: Journal of Caribbean Literature (PR), Bim (BB), Poui (BB), PREE (JA), Moko: Caribbean Arts and Letters (TT),Commentaries(MF), The Arts Journal (GY) The Pacuare Anthology (CR), Metaphor ( PH), The Missing Slate (PK), The Open Road Review (IN),The Taj Mahal Review (IN),The Punch Magazine (IN), Papercuts (IN), Poetry Salzburg Review (AT), BM Publishers (ZA),Proud Flesh: New Afrikan Journal of Culture, Politics, Consciousness USA), Journal of Caribbean Literatures (USA), Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal(USA), St. Katherine’s Review (USA), Hampton Sydney Poetry Review(USA), Theodate (USA) Free Verse: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics (USA), Interviewing the Caribbean (USA), among others. She has an M. Litt. in Creative Writing from Univ. of Glasgow, is a MacDowell Fellow, and is a three-time recipient of Bermuda Art Council Grants. She represented Bermuda in Poetry World Cup, organized Ber-Mused, a poetry reading for BDA’s 400th Anniversary in 2009. She was shortlisted for the small axe salon (Caribbean) poetry prize (2013), guest-edited tongues of the ocean (BS), for a Bermuda edition, and was included in Arts Etc. Barbados’ (BB) tribute for Edward Kamau Brathwaite.
Paperback: 132 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books (March 8, 2021)