A. McA. Miller

Miller’s poems spin from obsessions—paternal, academic, editorial, and military. For thirty years Mac edited poetry and graphics for New CollAge Magazine and one-poet chapbooks. He’s published widely in magazines (like Southern Poetry Review, Ghost Dance, The Beloit Poetry Journal, and Black Mountain Review) and books including The Contemporary Anthology SeriesFlorida Poetry, The Dolphin’s Arc, and Isle of Flowers. Professor Emeritus of Literature at New College of Florida, he graduated from the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Duke University (M.A., Ph.D.), Princeton University, and Culver Military Academy. He is the father of six children or so. Mac and his wife, the Dickinson scholar and poet Melanie Hubbard, live in coastal Ruskin, FL, a former Christian-Socialist “utopia” founded by his paternal grandfather. Overdrive is Mac’s first full-length book of poems.