Alice Miller

Alice Miller is the author of a novel, More Miracle than Bird, and three collections of poetry, including What Fire and Nowhere Nearer. A graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and the International Institute of Modern Letters, Alice has received a BNZ Katherine Mansfield Award, a Glenn Schaeffer Fellowship at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, a fellowship at the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Germany, and has also travelled to Antarctica courtesy of Antarctica New Zealand. She has worked as an historian, a poetry lecturer, and a writer and editor for the United Nations. Born in Wellington; she lives in Berlin.

Books
Aug 28, 2021
Old black and white image of a wild beach on Wellington's south coast, a man stands in a bus shelter beset by waves

The way we walk now

Walking and story are deeply linked, and both can jolt your perspective.

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