JIM MILLER received his MFA in Creative Writing from the University of South Florida. His work was recently published in Prick of the Spindle, Stymie, Alligator Juniper, Florida English, The Clever Title, The Armchair Aesthete and is forthcoming in Palooka and Prime Number. He is the Graphic Nonfiction editor for Sweet: a Literary Confection and holds editing positions with The Mailer Review, and Black Market Review. He teaches creative writing at USF–Tampa, Eckerd College, and Florida Southern College.
Jim’s prose is a character driven exploration of homogeneous American life and pop culture. Sometimes funny, sometimes tragic, his stories work hard to develop a close bond—a relationship—between the reader and his cast. He draws inspiration from his literary heroes—ranging from Virginia Woolf, Fitzgerald and West to Mailer, Vonnegut and DeLillo to contemporary writers such as A.M. Holmes, T.C. Boyle, John Irving, and Sam Lipsyte—all of which have their own unique voice entrenched in the American life.
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