JM Miller

JM Miller is a trans-identified poet, essayist, instructor and healer living on a 10-acre organic farm on Vashon Island, WA. JM has published one poetry collection, Wilderness Lessons (FutureCycle), and a chapbook, Primitive Elegy (alicebluebooks), They won the Grand Prize for the Eco Arts Awards in 2014 & was a finalist for terrain.org’s 2013 poetry contest. JM teaches poetry and creative nonfiction writing at the University of Washington in Tacoma and is an instructor at Richard Hugo House. More? jm-poet.com


Wolf Tone by JM Miller

    Wolf tone is a dissonance—a tremble within a pattern. Imagine the tiny drums between heartbeats as flutters of air between wingbeats. The tone is a background vibration howling through a song, not so much echo as result. A wolf tone is necessary if we ever hope to hear […]