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Indianapolis writer and native, Theresa R. McMiller born in 1971. She grew up in a working class family. She was raised by her deceased grandparents, Jimmie Lee Posey and Rosemond Posey after her parents divorced when she was four years old. Theresa loves animals especially cats. She is a single, African-American woman who has no children. Theresa was a former IPS student attended and graduated from George Washington High School in 1989. Theresa moved on to earn a two year
In 1997, Theresa R. McMiller’s poem, “A Union of Elements” appeared in Quill Books’ poetry collection, “Echoes In The Silence”. In 20o1, Theresa wrote a short story, “The Forbidden Child” published by a national magazine, Today’s Black Woman Magazine. Theresa’s first historical fiction novel, Sensual Sovereigns published by America Star Books, formerly called, Publish America in 2005. The novel demonstrates Theresa’s love for both Black history and romance. In 2008, America Star Books published Theresa’s follow-up historical fiction, Nubian Conqueror. The focus of Nubian Conqueror is the family of royal Nubians who conquered and ruled Egypt for sixty years. Not to stay in one genre, Theresa published her first children’s book, Bessie Goes All Over The World in 2012. The story of a UK dog, a Pembroke Corgi who travels about the British Commonwealth with her owners, Mr. and Mrs. Blake.
Prices for Sensual Sovereigns and Nubian Conqueror are 27.95 on Amazon.com
Prices for Bessie Goes All Over The World are 24.95 on Amazon.com
Theresa R. McMiller has attended Riverside School #44 from 1976-1983
Attended Clarence Farrington Middle School #61 from 1984-1985
Attended and received her high school diploma from George Washington High School from 1986-1989
Attended and received her two year associate’s degree from Ivy Tech Community College from 1992-1994
Attended and received her bachelor’s degree in English from IUPUI from 2009-2012
IUPUI School of Liberal Arts Dean’s List for the Fall Semester 2010
IUPUI School of Liberal Arts Dean’s List for the Fall Semester 2011
Artist Participation in “Meet the Artists” in 2009
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