Amy Miller

Amy Miller’s full-length poetry collection The Trouble with New England Girls won the Louis Award from Concrete Wolf Press. Her writing has appeared in Gulf Coast, Willow Springs, and ZYZZYVA, and her chapbooks include I Am on a River and Cannot Answer (BOAAT Press) and Rough House (White Knuckle Press). She won the Cultural Center of Cape Cod National Poetry Competition, judged by Tony Hoagland, and has been a finalist for the Tinderbox Prize, Pablo Neruda Prize, and 49th Parallel Award. She lives in Oregon.

We Interrupt This Program by Amy Miller

    People, it was dangerous. She should have been more careful. She never should have idolized that cosmonaut with his cantankerous jet, his hatred of celebrity, his case of vodka igniting under the kitchen table. The cosmonaut whose heart tore open a little every time he returned to space. […]