Portland, Oregon— August 14, 2018 — Today, Unsolicited Press announced immediate availability of David C. Miller’s Finding Stuff, a poetry collection that examines concepts such as love and death in fresh and invigorating ways. Miller boldly uses free verse to wonder about the texture of words. Do they have mouth feel? Does poetry deliver a reality separate from the imagination, or is reality dependent on the imagination? David C. Miller finds out in Finding Stuff.
Following a series of poor choices, David Miller eventually graduated with a degree in English from Purdue University. Subsequently, he made one mistake after another resulting in extended periods of study at the University of Iowa, Cal State Long Beach, the University of California at Riverside, and UCLA. All that changed when his muse consented to marriage. He showered, shaved and went to medical school at Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California. He is in practice in Indiana, which is well situated for clandestine bohemian pursuits. He has authored twenty science-related articles, and was the co-author of a non-fiction book, (Womenopause, O-Books, London, UK, 2010). Recent poetry has appeared in Metaphor, Harbinger Asylum, Deronda Review, Sacred Cow, Leaves of Ink, Haiku Journal, Ancient Paths Literary Journal, Dunes Review, and Canary.
Finding Stuff by David C. Miller is available for purchase directly from the publisher or through all major retailers. Booksellers can order copies from Ingram. Book clubs should contact the publisher at email@example.com to receive a bulk order discount.
Founded in 2012, Unsolicited Press is a small publisher based out of Portland Oregon. The team is dedicated to publishing outstanding fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction.
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