01 June 2011
Authors Jason Jack Miller and Heidi Ruby Miller featured June 16 at MAC
Thursday, June 16 · 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Monongalia Arts Center (MAC)
107 High St, Morgantown, West Virginia
Husband and wife authors Jason Jack Miller and Heidi Rudy Miller will be featured with Morgantown Poets at 7pm Thursday June 16 at Monongalia Arts Center (MAC). An Open Mic follows immediately thereafter.
Jason Jack Miller is a writer, photographer and musician. An outdoor travel guide he co-authored with his wife in 2006 jumpstarted his freelancing career; his work has since appeared in newspapers, magazines, literary journals, online, and as part of a travel guide app for mobile phones. He received a Master’s in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill where he is adjunct creative writing faculty, and he is an Authors Guild member. He is currently writing and recording the soundtrack to his novel, The Devil and Preston Black.
After obtaining undergraduate degrees in Anthropology and Geography,
is now adjunct faculty at Seton Hill University, where she graduated
from their Writing Popular Fiction graduate program the same month she appeared on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Her fiction has appeared in Sails and Sorcery: Tales of Nautical Fantasy, The Best of Every Day Fiction 2008, and Eye Contact. Her novels include Atomic Zion and Ambasadora. She is a member of The Authors Guild, Pennwriters, and the Science Fiction Poetry Association.
Public parking is available near the MAC in the parking garage at the
corner of Pleasant and Chestnut Streets and at the city lot behind 142
High Street (enter off Spruce). The MAC is accessible to individuals with special mobility requirements; schedule ahead at least two days prior to the event by calling 304-292-3325, or write to email@example.com.
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