Sandra A. Miller

Sandra A. Miller

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Sandra A. Miller’s articles, essays, and short stories have appeared in over one hundred publications including Spirituality and Health, Modern Bride, The Christian Science Monitor, Literarymama’s Anthology, National Public Radio, and The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, for which she is a regular correspondent. Ten years ago Sting's wife, Trudie Styler, turned one of Miller’s essays into the short film Wait, starring Kerry Washington.

Miller teaches writing at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell and blogs for several publications, including her own,

She recently completed a memoir called Trove: How One Woman’s Search for Gold Opened Her Path to Hidden Treasure.

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Spring 2017 Issue

Livin’ On a Prayer

Third Prize, 2016 Literal Latte Essay Award.
We take the tram down Leopoldstrasse to the UBahn station and go thirteen long stops to the end of the line where Klinikum Grosshadern dominates a bland corner of the mostly lively Bavarian city of Munich. We walk approximately a quarter mile down a corridor the width of a swimming pool, past what my sister calls the turban stalls: temporary shopping booths where visitors can purchase knit cancer hats in forcibly happy patterns, as well as painted Easter eggs hung on string, crocheted book bags, and teddy bears sporting ledershosen….

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