MaryAnn L. Miller is the author of Cures for Hysteria (Finishing Line Press 2018) and Locus Mentis (PS Books 2012.) She has been thrice nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Her poetry, book reviews or essays have appeared in Mom Egg Review, Wild River Review, Presence Journal, Ovanque Siamo, Stillwater Review, Wordgathering, Kaleidoscope, NJ Journal of Poets, Passager, The International Review of African America Art and others. Her poems have appeared in the anthologies Another Breath (Rathella Press), Dark as a Hazel Eye (Ragged Sky), Illness as a Form of Existence, and in Welcome to the Resistance: Poetry as Protest (Stockton University Press) and forthcoming in Aunt Flo Anthology. Miller was the Poetry Coordinator for the NJ Book Symposium. Also a visual artist, she publishes hand bound artist books through her press Lucia Press.
As a visual artist MaryAnn L. Miller has held residencies at Vermont Studio Center, Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Universidad Metropolitana Autonomia, Mexico City, University of Costa Rica, and the Ragdale Foundation. She is the Broadside Designer for the Rittenhouse Square Soroptimist Brittany Noakes Poetry Contest. She was the Resident Book Artist at the Experimental Printmaking Institute, Lafayette College from 2001-2017 and currently is the Book Artist at Raven Fine Art Editions. Her artist books are in the National Museum of Women in the Arts, and Special Collections at Beineke Library, Yale University, Bryn Mawr College; Swarthmore, University of Iowa; Herron Art Library; Wesleyan University; Skillman Library, Lafayette College, Rutgers University, and Stanford University. She has designed and bound a book with the poet Nikky Finney now in the collection of President and Mrs. Obama.