Author of Cherry Farcical, A Ridiculously Unrealistic Attempt at Resurrecting American Literary Humor; Girl Scouts, a novel; Secret Shorts, Short Stories and Collected Humor; and Jack Pipe, Plumber and Personal Counselor.
Rod Serling Fiction award winner
Books by Miller
Surrounded by campers and counselors,
two teenage handymen settle into the
summer heat of a 1966 lake-front Girl Scout retreat, not altogether certain how they'll manage to stay afloat in a sea of double-x chromosomes. But high jinks and infatuation slowly succumb to mystery as the shadow of dark human psychology begins to invade their wooded enclave, forever changing the way they understand themselves and the
people they learn to love.
“Side-splitting. Miller’s imaginative collection is constantly captivating. Cherry Farcical is uproariously funny from beginning to end.”
Manhattan Book Review
A collection of tongue-in-cheek essays based on strange news segments that range
from the ridiculous to the, uh, ridiculous-er. Amusing, engaging … punctuated with a mix of puns, facts and a whole bunch of malarkey.”
San Francisco Book Review