Alice Miller is a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and the International Institute of Modern Letters. She has worked as an historian, a poetry lecturer, and a writer and editor for the United Nations. Alice has published two collections of poetry: The Limits (Shearsman, 2014) and Nowhere Nearer (Pavilion, 2018), a Poetry Book Society Recommendation. Her poems can be found in The Poetry Review, Poetry magazine, The Times Literary Supplement, Boston Review, Poetry London, Best New Zealand Poems and The New Republic. She has received a BNZ Katherine Mansfield Award, a Glenn Schaeffer Fellowship at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, a fellowship at the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Germany, and has also travelled to Antarctica courtesy of Antarctica New Zealand. Born and raised in Wellington, New Zealand; she is currently based in Berlin, Germany.