Jim Miller was born and raised in Pasadena. While he was a student in landscape design, his parents divoced, then both committed suicide. He purchased the Garden Creek Ranch in the Alexander Valley in June 1963, was married there to Berit Maud Inger Bertilson and has been there ever since, raising sheep, cattle and then grapes, fruit and vegetables. For almost as long, Miller has been writing poems and, after studying with Answel Adams in Yosemite, taking photographs. He is the author of four books of verse, the latest, "Going Off the Pavement," published in 2012.
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- Weaving The Light: A Collection Of Poems And Photographs
Press Democrat article: September 16, 2012. "Poetry born from the journey," by Deborah Mitchel Serval.
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