Teresa K. Miller (poet)

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Seattle, Washington
CitizenshipUnited States Of America
Alma materBarnard College
AwardsNational Poetry Series

Teresa K. Miller (born and raised in Seattle, Washington)[1] is a winner of the 2020 National Poetry Series.[2] Former California Poet Laureate Carol Muske-Dukes selected her manuscript Borderline Fortune for publication by Penguin Random House|Penguin in 2021.[2] She has previously placed as a finalist with two other manuscripts.[3][4] She graduated from Barnard College and the Mills College MFA program[5] and is the author of the poetry book sped (Sidebrow, 2013)[6] and the poetry chapbook Forever No Lo (Tarpaulin Sky Press|Tarpaulin Sky, 2008).[7] With Tanya Kerssen, she co-edited the anthology Food First: Selected Writings from 40 Years of Movement Building (Food First Books, 2015) for the Food First|Institute for Food and Development Policy.[8] She has published poems and essays in Zyzzyva (magazine)|ZYZZYVA,[9] AlterNet, [10] Entropy,[11] DIAGRAM,[12] Common Dreams,[13] Empty Mirror,[14] and elsewhere.


  1. "Six years after father's tragic death, West Seattle native to publish poetry book in his honor". West Seattle Herald. April 12, 2013.{{cite news}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Announcing the 2020 National Poetry Series Competition Winners".{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  3. "Teresa K. Miller: National Poetry Series".{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  4. "Teresa K. Miller". Poets & Writers. Retrieved 2020-09-23.
  5. Miller, Teresa K. (2013). Sped. Sidebrow Books. ISBN 978-0-9814975-7-0.
  6. "sped | sidebrow". sidebrow.net. Retrieved 2020-09-23.
  7. "Teresa K. Miller: Forever No Lo". tarpaulinsky.com. Retrieved 2020-09-23.
  8. "Food First: Selected Writings From 40 Years of Movement Building". Food First. Retrieved 2020-09-23.
  9. "Index of Published Works". ZYZZYVA. Retrieved 2020-09-23.
  10. "Big Ag Fights For Twitter Credibility". Alternet.org. 2015-02-23. Retrieved 2020-09-23.
  11. Contributor, Guest. "Not the Greatest Love Story Ever Told". Retrieved 2020-09-23. {{cite web}}: |last= has generic name (help)
  12. "DIAGRAM :: Teresa K. Miller". thediagram.com. Retrieved 2020-09-23.
  13. "Big Ag's Fight for Twitter Credibility". Common Dreams. Retrieved 2020-09-23.
  14. "Author: Teresa K. Miller • Empty Mirror". Empty Mirror. Retrieved 2020-09-23.

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