Nancy Anne Miller is a Bermudian poet with nine collections. Latitude, Longitude is her latest (Kelsay Books 2021). She has been published internationally in journals such as Edinburgh Review, Poetry Ireland Review, The Moth, Salzburg Review, Agenda, Stand, Magma, Ambit, The Fiddlehead, Dalhousie Review, The International Literary Quarterly, The Caribbean Writer, PREE, Bim, Poui and MOKO: Caribbean Arts and Letters among others.
Nancy has an M.Litt. in Creative Writing from University of Glasgow. She organized the Ber-Mused poetry reading for Bermuda’s 400th anniversary in 2009. She is a MacDowell Fellow and Bermuda Arts Council grant recipient.
She says: “I always begin a poem with an image metaphor. I am fascinated by what Coleridge described as ‘the likeness in the unlikeness.’ The two things in comparison become the two sticks which I rub together to start the fire of the poem. I seek the poetic context where the comparisons can make a sense and thrive. I’m always surprised.”