Alyce Miller

Alyce Miller

Professor Emerita, English


  • JD, Indiana University, magna cum laude
  • MFA in Writing, Vermont College
  • MA in English Literature, San Francisco State University
  • MA in Film Production, San Francisco State University
  • K-12 Credential, University of California, Berkeley

Journal Articles and Other Publications

More than 200 stories, poems, and essays have appeared in some of the following magazines and anthologies:

Kenyon Review, Iowa Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, Humanimalia, The Sun, Glimmer Train, Story, LA Times Summer Fiction Issue, Southern Review, Another Chicago Magazine, Harvard Review, American Short Fiction, Sonora Review, New England Review, Fourth Genre, Puerto del Sol, Prairie Schooner, Witness, Northwest Review, Southwest Review, Many Mountains Moving, Fourteen Hills, Shenandoah, Story Quarterly, Other Voices, StoryQuarterly, Hotel Amerika, Chicago Tribune Sunday Book Review, Massachusetts Review, New Letters, Legal Studies Forum, Crossing the Color Line, High Infidelity, Creating Fiction, Listening to Voices, We The Creatures, New American Essays, Being for the Other: Issues in Ethics and Animal Rights, etc.

Selected Honors and Awards:

  • Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award, 2015
  • Ellen Gilchrist Award for Short Fiction
  • Mary McCarthy Award for Fiction
  • Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction
  • Lawrence Prize (Michigan Quarterly Review)
  • Kenyon Review Award for Literary Excellence in Fiction
  • Distinguished citations and honorable mentions in Pushcart Prize Anthology, Best American Essays, Best American Short Stories, and O. Henry Prize Stories