Lynn C. Miller


About Lynn



Plays & Performances




Recent Publications and Awards

THE DAY AFTER DEATH, a novel (2016), University of New Mexico Press. Nominated for a 2017 Lambda Award in lesbian fiction.

"How Did You Know It Was Time to Go?," finalist, Prime Number, 2015.

"Words Shimmer," (2015), Chautauqua Journal. Runnerup for the 2016 Editor's Prize at Chautauqua Journal.

Find Your Story, Write Your Memoir (co-author), University of Wisconsin Press, 2013.

"Words Shimmer Like Ripe Fruit," Finalist for H.E. Francis Short Story Competition, 2013.

Best Novel Award, Mendocino Writers Conference 2012 for The Day After Death

Excerpt from The Day After Death in The Noyo Review, Fall, 2012.

Fiction Finalist for The Day After Death, International Summer Literary Awards, 2012.

Miller, Lynn C. “Saved by Gertrude Stein or The Life You Perform Can Become Your Own,” Text and Performance Quarterly. April, 2012, pp. 175-186.

–––––––“The First Woman,” a play about Victoria Woodhull performed on KUNM Radio Theatre in Mar. 2012 and Mar. 2011; presented at SoloFest 2010, July, 2010, Albuquerque, NM.

New Mexico Humanities Council Grant, for programs around “Passenger on the Ship of Fools” (written with Laura Furman), summer, 2009.

Winner of Best New Mexican Play, Vortex Theatre, Albuqueruqe, NM (for “Passenger on the Ship of Fools,” written with Laura Furman), July, 2009.

Leslie Irene Coger Award for Distinguished Performance, National Communication Association, 2007.