Amanda Erin Miller

Amanda Erin Miller is a Brooklyn-based writer and performer with an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from The New School. Her writing is forthcoming in and has appeared in The Quaranzine: Poetry in the Time of Covid-19: A Fearsome Critters Zine, Quaranzine: Art in Isolation, PEN America's Temperature Check, The Rumpus, Freerange Nonfiction, Cratelit, So Long: Short Memoirs of Loss and Remembrance, Underwired Magazine and other journals. She serves on the Nonfiction committee for PEN America’s Prison Writing Contest and has run the literary and performance series Lyrics, Lit & Liquor since 2012. Amanda is the author of One Breath, Then Another: A Memoir (2012) and co-editor of Words After Dark: A Lyrics, Lit & Liquor Anthology (2020). She has toured her solo shows The Jew in the Ashram and How To Suffer Better to numerous festivals and venues in the USA, Canada and Scotland.