Marianne Miller






Marianne Miller is a graduate of the Creative Writing Program, School of Continuing Studies, University of Toronto. While a student there, she won and was twice short-listed for the Random House Award for Student Writing. On graduating, she was nominated for the Marina Nemat prize for Writing Excellence. Her short story, “Vigil Night”, appeared in The Antigonish Review. Her short story, “Made in China (The World is Red)”, was a finalist in the Carleton University Short Story Contest judged by Frances Itani. Her play, “a. k. a. Jason”, was produced as part of a juried theatre festival.

Recently, an excerpt from her novel, The Prisoners’ Tale, about Ernest Hemingway’s time with The Toronto Daily Star in the 20’s, was runner up for the Penguin Random House Prize. In July 2018, Marianne presented a paper, Hemingway in Toronto, at the International Hemingway Conference in Paris, France.

In addition to her Certificate in Creative Writing, she holds a degree in law from Queen’s University in Kingston.

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