Teresa Miller, Who Founded the Oklahoma Center for Poets and Writers, Leaves That Post to Write More
On this edition of ST, we welcome the writer and writing instructor Teresa Miller back to our program. She founded the Oklahoma Center for Poets and Writers in the early 1990s, and around that same time she started hosting and producing a popular public-television interview show, Writing Out Loud. Her books include the novels "Remnants of Glory" and "Family Correspondence," as well as "Means of Transit," which is an autobiography. Miller recently announced that she would be leaving both the Center for Poets and Writers and her TV program in order to devote herself full-time to her writing. She looks back with ST host Rich Fisher on her long-running and far-reaching efforts to both enhance and expand the literary life of this community while also previewing the book that she now hopes to work on more closely and more often.