Jason Lee Miller, MFA, is a technical editor and curriculum developer for the Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium at Eastern Kentucky University and an adjunct English composition instructor at EKU and Bluegrass Community and Technical College. Recently nominated for EKU’s “Critical-Thinking Teacher of the Year,” his creative work in short fiction and poetry have appeared or will appear in The Accolade, Blood Lotus, Danse Macabre, Dew on the Kudzu, The Copperfield Review, The Legendary, Ontologica, and State of Imagination. Formerly an ecommerce web journalist for WebProNews.com, Mr. Miller’s articles and editorials have appeared in, been featured by, cited by, and/or linked to by The New York Times, The Huffington Post, CnetNews.com, CharlieRose.com, The Yale Journal of Law and Technology, TechCrunch, PC World, The Eurasia Critic, and numerous text books published in the US and Canada. Shortly after launching his new blog, Off Topic—a blog about the writing life—in April 2011, Mr. Miller accepted an invitation to be a book reviewer for the literary e-zine Gloom Cupboard.
I write because I can't draw. And, besides the baser things, it's the only thing I really like to do.
From light to dark: Douglas Adams, Tom Robbins, John Barth, Jorge Borges, Milan Kundera, Franz Kafka
Jason: Thank you for coming by to read and like "Play." I've been enjoying your work here, too. Best.
Jason: Thank you so much for reading and liking my poem "The Human Condition." Calling it gorgeous made my day.
Nice to have you here at Fictionaut. Your writing is very moving and I look forward to reading more.
Thanks, Jason. for your compliments on "The Mariners Daughter". Much appreciated!
Welcome to Fictionaut, Jason!