"I write because of an unwavering conviction that when the money is gone, and the grid has crashed, and there’s no more oil, and the well is dry, those left standing will be the artists."
E. Ce Miller is a writer, activist, feminist, and yoga instructor, usually in desperate need of a hairbrush. Currently she writes about books for Bustle.com and is a writing mentor for the PEN America Prison Writing Program and the Afghan Women's Writing Project. Her words have appeared in The Review Review, The Culture Trip, Midwestern Gothic, Sixfold Journal, and more. Sometimes she writes articles about weddings… because who doesn’t love eating mini quiche appetizers in a trumpet skirt?
One day — most likely tomorrow — she will finish a novel. Or a memoir. Until then she’ll keep checking on the sandwich she keeps in her handbag.