Nicole Miller has published essays in New Letters (Dorothy Cappon Prize, 2014; Best American Essays, Notable 2016) and Arts & Letters. Her fiction has appeared in The May Anthologies, edited by Jill Paton Walsh and Sebastian Faulks, and Abundant Grace, ed. Richard Peabody. After completing an M.Phil in Victorian Literature at Lincoln College, Oxford University, she did a PhD in English at University College, London, and an MFA in Creative Writing at Emerson College, where she held the Graduate Fellowship. In 2011, she was awarded a travel fellowship to translate the poems of Constantine Cavafy at the Princeton Hellenic Studies Modern Greek Seminar at the House of Literature in Paros, Greece. She is a longstanding research and manuscript assistant for the Department of English at Harvard University, and a scholarly reader for The Oxford English Dictionary. Miller teaches classes in nineteenth century literature at Politics and Prose, and creative writing workshops at Grub Street (Boston), and Kingston University (UK). She is currently finishing her first novel, alongside a memoir about autoimmune illness and cancer in young adults.