Lynn C. Miller has traveled and survived the halls of academia, experiencing both the rewards and perils that women face. She has served as a guest artist and lecturer at many institutions including the University of Colorado at Boulder, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, DePaul University, California State University at Northridge, and the University of North Dakota. A professor of writing and performance studies at the University of Texas at Austin for over 20 years, her teaching centers on enabling students to discover, write, and perform their personal stories. A successful writer, playwright, performer, and director, Miller has garnered critical reviews praising her one-person shows that have brought back to life some of Americas most influential and misunderstood female writers. She is currently touring "Gertrude Stein as Gertrude Stein," " Edith Wharton: Inside the House of Fiction," and "Katherine Anne Porter: The Grandchild of a Lost War at universities, art museums, book fairs, chautauquas, and theatres around the country.
You can reach her at lynn(at)lynncmiller(dot)com