Jennifer Stewart Miller grew up in Vermont and California and holds an MFA from Bennington College's Writing Seminars, a JD from Columbia University, and a Certificate in Field Archaeology from Birkbeck College, University of London. In past lives, she's practiced law, served as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for a child in foster care, and dated clay tobacco pipes. She is the author of Thief (2021), winner of the 2020 Grayson Books poetry prize, A Fox Appears: A Biography of a Boy in Haiku (2015), and a chapbook, The Strangers Burial Ground (Seven Kitchens Press 2020). Her poems have received multiple nominations for the Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net anthology and have been published widely, including in Cider Press Review, Green Mountains Review, Hayden's Ferry Review, Kestrel, Poet Lore, RHINO, Sugar House Review, Tar River Poetry, and Verse Daily, and elsewhere. She also serves on the board of the Hudson Valley Writers Center.