Jane Miller has written twelve poetry books, most recently Who Is Trixie the Trasher? and Other Questions, and also Working Time: Essays on Poetry, Culture, and Travel. She has performed her creative work and lectured on literature and the fine arts at universities, colleges, libraries, community centers, and public arts venues for over thirty years. She is the recipient of a Wallace Award for Poetry, a Guggenheim Fellowship, two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, the Western States Book Award, and the Audre Lorde Prize in Poetry. Miller served as a professor for many years in the Creative Writing Program at The University of Arizona—including a stint as its Director—and as Visiting Poet at The University of Texas Michener Center for Writers in Austin. Forthcoming: new poems: Paper Banners and From the Valley of Bronze Camels: A Primer, Some Lectures, & a Boondoggle on Poetry.