Chloe Miller

Lecturer: English, Communication, and Philosophy

Spring 2007 Office hours: Mondays & Thursdays 11:10 - 12:45

As a poet, words are my trade. We each communicate with the world through spoken and written words. My goal as a teacher and writer is to encourage each author to consider (as Stephen Dobyns named his book on writing) the best words and best order.

I received a B.A. in Italian Language and Literature from Smith College in 1998. After working for New York University's study abroad site in Florence, Italy for three years, I moved to New York to study writing. I received an M.F.A. in Creative Writing (poetry) from Sarah Lawrence College in 2005.

You are welcome to read some of my poetry published online:

Forthcoming: Poem "Sundays in Newark, 1936" in

Translation of #7 and #30 of Massimiliano Chiamenti's Teknostorie:

Poem "Question of Return" in Lumina:

Poems “Spring Pool Water,” “Noisier Than the Milk,” and “Statue of Liberty, 1890Spiralbridge:

Poems “Foxtrot” and “Today I am the Same Age as my Mother,” in Western Michigan University’s Prague Summer Program Journal Thresholds 2004:

Alzheimer's Assocation Online Community:

Email address:

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