He has written a daily diary on and off for nearly 50 years and this experience informs his latest book ‘The Ragged Weave of Yesterday‘ (pub. March 2017)
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Andy’s critically-acclaimed memoir – The Naples of England – about growing up in the Dorset of the post-War British welfare state, was published in 2015.
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Andy has been successful in national poetry competitions and has also published articles and essays about climbing and mountaineering, travel, music and relationships. These pieces have been collected together in the anthology While Giants Sleep.
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Before retiring from full-time work, Andy was an academic and practitioner educational psychologist and published extensively in this capacity for over 30 years.
Andy is currently working on his first novel – Whereof One Cannot Speak – which examines the effects of family secrets over four generations of one family.
In an interview with Elaine Aldred for the 2013 Nottingham Festival of Words he outlined the ways in which his various writing activities, including in his professional career as a psychologist, have informed and interacted with each other.
Andy is a member of Nottingham Writers’ Studio
N.B. The name Andrew/Andy Miller is quite a popular one among writers and another with this name has produced a handy guide to Who’s Who (and Who is Not)