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Katherine Miller

Katherine Miller
Sessional Instructor

Office: HA316B
Email: katherine.miller@concordia.ab.ca

Education and Interests:

  • MA, Creative Writing, 2002, University of New Brunswick
  • MA, English, 1994, Lakehead University
  • Bachelor of Education, 1990, Lakehead University
  • BA, English and history, 1984, University of Alberta

I teach first-year composition and creative writing, including poetry, short fiction, and essay writing. Under the pen name Kat Cameron, I have published two books and numerous poems, short stories, and book reviews.

Select Publications:

Cameron, Kat. The Eater of Dreams. Thistledown Press, 2019.

—. Strange Labyrinth. Oolichan Books, 2015.

—. “Wild to Our Marrow.” Canadian Medical Association Journal, vol. 191, issue 38, Sept. 2019.

—. “The Map is Not the Journey.” Grain, vol. 46, no. 3, 2019.

—. “Dancing the Requiem.” Prairie Fire, vol. 40, no. 2, 2019.

—. “How Students Imagine the Dorsets.” Beyond Forgetting: Celebrating 100 Years of Al Purdy, Harbour Publishing, 2018.

—. “White-Out.” 40 Below: Volume 2, edited by Jason Lee Norman, Wufniks Press, 2015.

Miller, Katherine. “Feminism and Fiction.” The Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction.  Gen. ed. Brian W. Shaffer. Vol 3: World Fiction, edited by John Clement Ball, Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.

Miller, Katherine. “Mobility and Identity Construction in Bharati Mukherjee’s Desirable Daughters: The Tree Wife and Her Rootless Namesake.” Studies in Canadian Literature, vol. 29, no. 1, 2004, pp. 63-73.