In addition to his own body of short fiction, Steve Miller is co-author of the best-selling Liaden Universe® series written with his wife, Sharon Lee. Together they have published seventeen novels and dozens of short works, garnering a number of awards as well as invitations as Guests of Honor and Special Guests at SF cons coast to coast in the US and Canada.
Steve entered the SF community as a club and fanzine fan as well as a professional critic in the late 1960s; his short fiction appeared in the small press before he broke into Ted White's Amazing in the mid-1970s after attending Clarion West in 1973. He went on to work with Damon Knight and other writers as Curator of Science Fiction for the UMBC SF Research Collection. Steve was Vice Chair of the Baltimore in 80 WorldCon bid, editor at the pioneering ebook company BPLAN Virtuals and later founded SRM Publisher. Much of his joint work with Sharon Lee is also available in Polish, German, and Russian translation.
The most recent Liaden novel is Mouse and Dragon, (June, 2010). Another novel, the Liaden sequel Ghost Ship, will appear in August 2011, with three more under contract.
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By Steve Miller
Published: June 22, 2011 by
Steve Miller--grandson of internationally esteemed poet Dorothea Neale--spent portions of his early writing years as a touring coffee house poet.
In response to audience requests, Steve's first book, TimeRags, was published in 1975 in an edition of 200 copies. TimeRags II updates that edition, with three poems added and two deleted.
Chariot to the Stars
By Steve Miller
Published: May 16, 2011 by
Chariot to the Stars features some of Steve Miller's favorite early work from Amazing Science Fiction and elsewhere. as well as a previously unpublished short story.
Included here are Rain Day, The Inventoried, The Solution, The Cat's Job, and Charioteer
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