Work by Malinda Miller
Malinda Miller is the director of news and media relations at the University of Colorado Boulder, an instructor for the Lighthouse Young Writers Program, and a visiting artist for Poetry Outloud. She feels most at home at the top of Weston Pass in Colorado or in the Nevada desert where her family has a ranch just off Highway 50, named by Life Magazine as the Loneliest Highway in America. Previously an associate editor at Many Mountains Moving, her poetry and nonfiction has appeared in A Poetic Inventory of Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado Life Magazine, the Mountain Gazette, the Coloradan, and others. She has a MFA in poetry from Western State Colorado University and a MA in journalism from the University of Colorado Boulder.