Ben Miller

Ben Miller is the author of River Bend Chronicle: The Junkification of a Boyhood Idyll Amid the Curious Glory of Urban Iowa (Lookout Books, www.riverbendchronicle.com)

His writing has appeared in Best American Essays, Best American Experimental Writing, Kenyon Review, Raritan, Antioch Review, AGNI, New England Review, Yale Review, Southern Review, Fiction International, and other venues.

His awards include fellowships from the NEA and the Radcliffe Institute, as well as grants from the South Dakota Arts Council and the Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America.

He currently serves as co-editor of the Fritz Bauer Library of Remembrance and Human Rights, a project based in Germany, which this year will issue Full of Hunger and Full of Bread: The World of Jura Soyfer: 1912-1939 by Dorothy James.