Adam Patric Miller is the author of A Greater Monster (2014), a collection of essays selected by Phillip Lopate to win the Autumn House Press Nonfiction Prize. Miller has won a Pushcart Prize and a Notable Essay Selection in The Best American Essay Series. His work has appeared in River Styx, Agni Magazine, The Florida Review, Brevity’s Nonfiction Blog, The Normal School, Diagram, The Riverfront Times, The Kansas City Star, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The Hartford Courant, and The Chicago Tribune. Miller graduated from Princeton University. He has taught high school English for over twenty-five years in three states. During his years of teaching, he was twice voted by students as Teacher of the Year. For his contributions to classroom teaching for improving the quality of secondary education in Ohio, he was named a Jennings Scholar. Miller writes and teaches in St. Louis, Missouri.