Caroline Miller is interviewed by Dr. Don Posted September 10, 2018 Television host Dr. Don interviews author Caroline Miller on the many roles she’s played in her long life and why people should treasure growing old. Click here to watch on YouTube.
Caroline Miller discusses her latest book, Ballet Noir Posted August 20, 2016 Don Merrill of KBOO Radio interviews Portland writer Caroline Miller about her new novel, “Ballet Noir,” the story of a prima ballerina pursued by love, death and the paranormal during a whirlwin
Caroline Miller on KBOO Radio’s, “Labor Radio”, June 29, 2015 Program: Labor Radio – Of the working class, by the working class and for the working class Novelists Susan Stoner and Caroline Miller discuss technology’s threat to jobs in the US and Labor’s r
Caroline Miller discusses her new play, “Woman on the Scarlet Beast” Posted January 23, 2015 Author Caroline Miller has been known to the Portland writing community for many years. But her latest endeavor is a play, and her new play is called “Woman on the Scar
Caroline Miller, Reveal What’s Real, hosted by Erin Donley Posted September 9, 2012 Most women fall naturally into motherhood. But today, growing numbers of women are choosing to go childless or they’re unsure if it’s truly right for them. While motherhood isn’t&n
Life Talk with Donna Briggs, the Big Talker 1850 AM, interviews Caroline Miller, author of Gothic Spring and Heart Land, about her life as a writer and the role of women in society. The show aired on Wednesday, August 15th, 2012 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Eastern. View on YouTube: http:
Portland-based author Caroline Miller discusses Darkness, Love and Betrayal in her novel,“Heart Land” with Dr. Veronica Asagui on “The Author’s Forum.” Other issues Ms. Miller touched on include Cruelty, Family, Fiction, and Writing. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EV_sM_G1Aq
Portland-based author Caroline Miller discusses Darkness, Love and Betrayal in her novel,“Gothic Spring” with Dr. Veronica Asagui on “The Author’s Forum.” Other issues Ms. Miller touched on include Cruelty, Family, Fiction, Women’s Issues and Writing. http://www.youtube.
Caroline appears on Jody Seay’s Back Pages program on Oregon’s Wireless Instruction Network. The topic this time: The challenges in writing a novel, finding a publisher and promoting the work. She compares notes with Jody Seay and concludes: it’s much harder than it appears! h
Here, Caroline appears on Jody Seay’s Back Pages program on Oregon’s Wireless Instruction Network. The topic this time: her novel “Heart Land” and the path it took from creation to print. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NquZCjQ0mmk&feature=relmfu