Poetry. "Somebody once said poetry without rhyme is like playing tennis with the net down. But Stephen Miller's poetry plays a different game in which the relevant phrase is 'nothing but net,' a series of subtle daggers, long bombs, and slam dunks: sly, funny, artful, and unforgettable. Highly recommended for sports fans and deracinated intellectuals who like being reeled into the net of critically smart poetry"—W. J. T. Mitchell.
"Stephen Paul Miller is the Last of the New York School. His poems articulate like Ashbery's, collide like Koch's, shimmy like Schuyler's and orbit like O'Hara's."—Bob HolmanAuthor City: New York, NY USA