Stephen Paul Miller is a Professor of English at St. John’s University in New York City. He is the author of several books including The Seventies Now: Culture as Surveillance (Duke University Press) and The New Deal as a Triumph of Social Work: Frances Perkins and the Confluence of Early Twentieth Century Social Work with Mid-Twentieth Century Politics and Government(Palgrave Macmillan) and eight poetry books including There’s Only One God and You’re Not Itand Any Lie You Tell Will Be the Truth (Marsh Hawk), Being with a Bullet (Talisman), That Man Who Ground Moths into Film (New Observations), and Art Is Boring for the Same Reason We Stayed in Vietnam (Domestic). Miller also co-edited Radical Poetics and Secular Jewish Culture (University of Alabama Press), and, The Scene of My Selves: New Work on New York School Poets (National Poetry Foundation). Publication in which his work had appeared include Best American Poetry, Salon, Publisher’s Weekly, Columbia Review, New American Writing, Barrow Street, Posit, Lit, Jacket, Columbia Review, William Carlos Williams Review, Zeek, Black Clock, Scripsi, Shofar, Boundary 2, American Letters and Commentary, Another Chicago Magazine, Paterson Literary Review, Eoagh, Poetry New York, Mudfish, St. Mark’s Poetry Project Newsletter, Appearances, New Observations, Otoliths, Tribe of John (University of Alabama Press), Burning Interiors, Marsh Hawk Review, The Contemporary Narrative Poem (University of Iowa Press), and The New Promised Land: An Anthology of Contemporary Jewish, American Poetry. He was a Senior Fulbright Scholar at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland.