A collection of stories written between the mid-1970s and late 80s – with settings in both the USA and Europe. In slowly evolving images they tell of childhood and memory and aging – friendship, family and loss. In one story an old woman dreams of going somewhere on a white ship. In another, Laura doesn’t know why it is so hard to be alone on New Year’s Eve. In a third, Rosie while worrying about her animals comes face-to-face with an image from the past. In these and other stories, it is often the small moments in our lives that define their direction, and sometimes in very subtle ways.
Born in New York state, Leah Miller spent many years living in California, obtaining a BA in English from The University of California. With her partner, Pieter Van Deusen, she wrote and produced educational films (doing sound and artwork on them too) and after moving to England with Pieter in 1983, helped with the making of his feature film, 'Netherby Naps.' She has always loved to write; producing short stories and longer works, her writing reflects life in both America and Europe.
Henrietta Ryecroft Published July 26, 2013
Kaleidoscope Friends Published March 25, 2013
A Matter of Life Published September 03, 2012
Epilogue Published July 23, 2012
Years into Darkness Published March 30, 2012
In the Silence of Carousels Published March 30, 2012
Last Sighting Published January 17, 2012
a Singularity of Blueberries Published January 17, 2012