Erin Miller holds a BA in visual arts and graphic design with an honors track and a special interest in art history. Two honor societies that she has been inducted into are the International Distinguished Scholars Society and the Chi Alpha Epsilon Honor Society. While she was an undergraduate, she was the vice president of Spoken Word (Poetry club) and president of the Art Club. As a leader, she gained a small following and created numerous events and field trips for the Art Club. All these efforts led her to winning an award for “Most Improved Club” for the year of 2015.
Erin has interned and volunteered in numerous art galleries and museums on Long Island. These places include but are not limited to; Islip Art Museum (IAM), The Phoenix Arts Gallery, The New York Art Connection, The Anthony Giordano Gallery, and Artspace Patchogue. Art is what brings communities together and Erin is always seeking opportunities in this field.
Aside from Erin’s academic achievements, she is also a writer and a poet. She has been published a few times in some magazines and a newspaper. The list keeps growing.
Erin runs four blogs; a book review blog, an art and poetry blog, and a lesbian story blog and now this blog. She also has an etsy shop in which she sells ready made and custom art work, a fiverr account where she sells custom art work and book reviews, and a smashwords account that she sells novels, short stories, and poetry collections. You can also find her on facebook.
The tentative titles of the stories she plans to complete on this blog are as follows:
- The Tale of Rolio Pentdragon (As of right now, Erin can’t decide whether to leave Rolio as a gargoyle as was the original intention or continue with him in his new half dragon form. She is hoping that fans will leave comments and give her feedback.)
- The Mystery of the Beast
- Captine Yasmine
Some of the stories above are only short stories and not novels. Another thing Erin plans to do in the future is add graphic novels to this site, although she realizes she may have to utilize drunkduck and smackjeeves once more if that’s what she intends to do.
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