Gary Miller


Gary E. Miller ─ the pretentious “E” is to differentiate him from several people who have plagiarized his name – was born and raised in Tillsonburg, Ontario (the tobacco town immortalized in song by Dr. “Stompin’ Tom” Connors) in 1933, the same year as the Beerhall Putsch in Munich (1933 was a bad year for the world).
After graduating from high school, he earned, – or received – a B.A. degree from McMaster University, tried to teach English in high school and university, acquired an M.A. in English, and was part of the greatest marital disaster of the twentieth century.
In 1995 he made his greatest contribution to education by retiring. He began to try to ape the great writers whose works he had taught, producing soporific short stories and poor poetry. Being old, he is old-fashioned and uses rhyme and metre, being especially fond of the sonnet and the limerick.
He lives in the country near Richmond with his second (and better) wife, Donna, two cats, and a beagle who thinks he is a member of the area's resident pack of coyotes.


Where on Earth
Price: Free! Words: 1,560. Language: English. Published: November 9, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Canadian Poetry
54 Limericks about various famous locations around the world
The Gourmet's Ultimate Guide to Food
Price: Free! Words: 2,260. Language: English. Published: November 9, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Canadian Poetry
This booklet contains 64 limericks about food(pro and con) by Gary Miller and Lenny Everson.
Lysistratus: Lysistrata’s Husband Speaks
Price: Free! Words: 2,340. Language: English. Published: October 16, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Ancient
The Greek playwright Aristophanes is most famous for Lysistrata: Lysistratus tells the story from the husband’s point of view.
Poems From the Privy: or Outhouses of the Rich and Famous
Price: Free! Words: 2,090. Language: English. Published: September 28, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Canadian Poetry
A collection of limericks and longer poems about privies he's known and such privies as the author imagines historical figures would have used.

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