MisCon 37 Panel Volunteer
Theresa Miller spent most of her childhood in an imaginary world full of magic, fairies, secret gardens and fantastical feasts. Now she plants her own gardens, cooks her own feasts, searches the mountains for signs of fairies and writes about magic. She has attended Miscon since 2011 and participated in the writers workshop for eight years. She won an honorable mention in the Writers of the Future contest with her short story “Westward to the Wastelands,” and a silver honorable mention with a story she co-wrote with Eric Stever, “The Norka.”
She has written articles about rural living for Countryside, Goat Journal, and Backyard Chickens. Her first novel is in timeout (in a trunk in a cabin in the mountains) where it has been left to think about its many failings. In the meantime she is trying her hand at a cozy culinary mystery with magic.
Theresa Miller is not yet scheduled for any programming.