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ABOUT CELIA MILES — celiamiles.com

ABOUT CELIA MILES

Celia Miles is a native of Appalachia, born in Western North Carolina, and, except for brief stints in Massachusetts and Virginia, plus college in Kentucky and Pennsylvania, has lived here all her life. A long-time English instructor at Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College, she is retired and living in Asheville. She calls herself “a teacher by trade, a traveler by design, a photographer for fun, and a writer by avocation.”

While teaching she co-authored a textbook for the two-year college market (Writing Technical Reports, adapted for the Canadian market as Some Assembly Required. McGraw-Hill, publisher). Now in addition to freelance editing and writing in various genres—thus, a “nicheless author”—her interests include traveling, photography, old grist mills, and Neolithic sites, especially stone circles. Her novels are A Thyme for Love, ThymeTable Mill, Mattie’s Girl: An Appalachian Childhood, Sarranda, and (in 2010) Journey to Stenness. Two short story collections are On a Slant: A Collection of Stories  and Islands One and All: Stories and Otherwise.