Bradford Miller

BRADFORD MILLER holds a B.S. from the University of Rochester; an M.F.A. from the University of Massachusetts, where he received formal training in the study of American literature and in critical literary prose writing; and an Ed.M. from Harvard University┬╣s Graduate School of Education. Miller has published academic writing, poetry, and op-ed pieces in the daily press. His non-fiction account of the Seneca Falls First Women's Rights Convention, entitled, Returning to Seneca Falls, was published by Lindisfarne Press.

Books by Bradford Miller :

Soul of the Maine House
For Those Seeking a Spiritual Home in America: A Radical Religious Reflection
The author writes about building his house in the deep woods of Maine, of how that experience took him on a journey of spiritual awareness of himself and of the Native Americans who once inhabited that region.