Recently, the 50th anniversary of the death of the great Martin Luther King, Jr. led us all to remember him and to take up again his spirit of activism. He is a hero to me not only as a spiritual activist but also as a creative activist. He had pride in his self-described “maladjustment,” and […]
About Tamara Miles
Tamara Miles teaches college English in South Carolina. Her fiction and poetry has appeared in Fall Lines; O’Bheal Five Words; Love is Love; Pantheon Magazine; Subprimal Poetry Art; The Tishman Review; Flash Fiction Magazine; Animal; Obra/Artifact; Not Enough to Quit; The Gateway Review; The Rush; and Apricity. She is a proud member of Irish writer Jane Barry’s online creativity salon known as That Curious Love of Green and was a 2016 contributor at the Sewanee Writers’ Conference.