Miranda Miller

Miranda was born in London in 1950, the youngest of four children.  As a child she wanted to act and her love of the theatre has influenced her novels, which are visual and dramatic and contain a lot of dialogue. more...

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Miranda Miller was a Royal Literary Fund Fellow at the Courtauld Institute from 2013-15 and is now a Royal Literary Fund Consultant Fellow.

“Miller’s intricate fictions are lit by the dark flicker of a strong and original imagination.”

Hilary Mantel

Miranda Miller writes a monthly blog for The History Girls.