"The family in the last quarter century seems to me to be among the most fascinating of human social or economic inventions."—Sue Miller
Best-selling author Sue Miller reads from and talks about her work, which includes the novels While I Was Gone, The Good Mother, and most recently, The Senator’s Wife. Miller, who lives in Cambridge, has taught fiction at Amherst, Bennington, Tufts, and MIT, among other schools. Her publications also include the short story collection Inventing the Abbotts, the memoir Story of My Father, and five additional novels. She has won a Guggenheim Fellowship, a MacDowell Colony Fellowship, and the Carl Sandburg Prize from the Chicago Public Library and been nominated for a National Book Critics Circle Award and for The Orange Prize. A committed advocate for writers’ engagement with society at large, she has worked actively with PEN New England.
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Added by Wexner Center on December 5, 2008