“…every poet writes from exile. For myself, it took me a long time to acknowledge I was an immigrant.” Nancy Anne Miller, The Missing Slate’s November 2015 Poet of the Month, talks with Afshan Shafi.Read More
Bermudian poet Nancy Anne Miller has three collections: ‘Somersault’ (Guernica Editions), ‘Because There Was No Sea’ (Anaphora Literary Press), ‘Immigrant’s Autumn’ (Aldrich Press). She is a MacDowell Fellow published in a wide range of international magazines, including Edinburgh Review, Poetry Salzburg Review, Agenda and The Caribbean writer. She has poems forthcoming in Wasafiri and Arts Journal (GY). She teaches workshops in Bermuda.
“…Learned syntax/ ebbed, flowed, brought in, out with petticoat// turns, the swish of a silk skirt, and yes!…” Poem of the Week (November 17), by Nancy Anne Miller.Read More
“Like the country you are/ named for, used to being un-/ noticed for centuries at sea…” Poem of the Week (December 23), by Nancy Anne Miller.Read More
The Poetry World Cup second round continues.Read More
Bermuda face Uganda in the third match of our Poetry World Cup.Read More
“The sea heaves in,/ out of breath, searches/ deep pockets for shells.” Weekend poem, by Nancy Anne Miller.Read More