"As a stallion full fed at the manger, stalled too long, breaking free of his tether gallops down the plain, out for his favorite plunge in a river's cool currents, thundering in his pride--his head flung back, his mane streaming over his shoulders, sure and sleek in his glory, knees racing him on to the fields and stallion-haunts he loves-- so down from Pergamus heights came Paris, son of Priam, glittering in his armor like the sun astride the skies, exultant, laughing aloud, his fast feet sped him on."
--Iliad, ca. 9th Century BCE, Homer
- B.A., Harvard/Radcliffe, 1961
- M.A., University of Missouri, Kansas City, 1970
- Ph.D., University of Kansas, 1979
- Poet Laureate of the Harvard Alumni Association, 2004
Dr. Miller is Editor-in-Chief to the Rockhurst Review and Poet-in-Residence. She also teaches Creative Writing and publishes award-winning poetry.