Beth Ann Miller is a writer, professor, and Director of Graduate Studies at a small, non-profit art institution. She received her MFA in Writing from the University of New Hampshire and is recipient of the Lex Allen Literary Fiction prize.
With a strong background in community service, youth support, and small-town journalism, she is passionate about helping people find their unique voice and giving voice to the unheard.
Although she frequently travels, her North Country roots run deep. She is a proud third generation co-owner of a rugged family cabin on a remote lake in the Adirondacks, and is currently fulfilling her childhood dream of living in a little seacoast home in Southern Maine. Focusing on fiction and creative non-fiction, her stories and essays are often influenced by her upbringing in New England, the people she meets on her travels, and the subtle socioeconomic divide present in her communities.