Kayla Miller

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Kayla Miller is rambunctious. She’s also an award-winning queer woman writer. She holds an MFA in fiction from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and a BA in English Literature-Creative Writing from Agnes Scott College. She was born and raised in Georgia, where she swam the sometimes backwards, sometimes strange waters of the salty South.

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She has been publishing both fiction and creative nonfiction since 2010. Kayla Miller is the author of the chapbook See & Be Seen & Be Scene, the 2014 fiction winner of Five [Quarterly]‘s e-chapbook competition, and the recipient of numerous scholastic and creative awards, including the Talbot International Award and the Janef Newman Preston Prize for Fiction. The Creative Work page houses a complete list of her publication credits and links. See & Be Seen & Be Scene

She’s also been freelancing since 2010. Her Reviews & Clips can be found in Atlanta Magazine, Georgia Tech AlumniCreative Loafing Atlanta, EDGE Atlanta, EDGE Las Vegas, Downtown Zen, and DTLV.

Currently, she’s shopping two full-length works: a Southern Gothic novel and a short story collection. Four excerpts of her novel have been published. She teaches English and works as a writing consultant at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas; she also writes as a freelance entertainment and theater reviewer. She loves coffee, leopard print, and dogs. For CV or to give a holler, email kaylaiswriting@gmail.com.

One thought on “Kayla Miller

  1. Hey, Kayla! Just discovered your website via Instagram. Can’t wait to explore it and read all your writing! #kaylasbiggestfan haha. Missing you, your awesome readings, and your amazing singing voice all the way from Budapest. Hope to see you when we get back!

    Best,
    Timea (& Jack)

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