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Alyce L. Miller

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    Display Name:Alyce L. Miller University or Company:Indiana University-Bloomington Field:Creative Writing, Law, and Literature Research Interests or Specialties:Contemporary literature, creative writing (fiction, poetry, and nonfiction), animal and family law, critical race theory, gender/sexuality  Courses:Animals and EthicsNarrative and LawCreative Writing CoursesContemporary Literature  Publications:SKUNK, Reaktion Books Animal Series (nonfictino), University of Chicago Press, 2015SWEET LOVE, China Grove Press, winner of the Ellen Gilchrist Award for Short Fiction, 2015WATER, Sarabande Press, winner of the Mary McCarthy Award for Short Fiction, 2008STOPPING FOR GREEN LIGHTS (novel), Anchor Doubleday, 2000THE NATURE OF LONGING, winner of the Flannery O'Connor Award for Short Fiction, W.W. Norton, 1995More than 250 short stories, poems, essays, and articles published. Bio:Alyce Miller is Professor of English and Creative Writing at Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. She is an award-winning writer whose work often reflects her concerns about animal advocacy. She also works as a pro bono attorney.
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    Alyce Miller is Professor of English and Creative Writing at Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. She is an award-winning writer whose work often reflects her concerns about animal advocacy. She also works as a pro bono attorney.

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