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Malinda C Miller

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Malinda Miller is an instructor for the Lighthouse Young Writers Program and the assistant dean for communications and engagement for CU Boulder's College of Media, Communication and Information.


She feels most at home at the top of Weston Pass in Colorado or in the Nevada desert where her family has a ranch just off Highway 50, named by Life Magazine as the Loneliest Highway in America.


Previously an associate editor at Many Mountains Moving, her poetry and nonfiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Ecotone, Raintown Review, Think, A Poetic Inventory of Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado Life Magazine, the Mountain Gazette, the Colorado Sun, the Coloradan, and others. She has a MFA in poetry from Western State Colorado University and a MA in journalism from the University of Colorado Boulder.

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