Kim B Miller – Spoken Word Poet | S5:E11


In
Episode 111 of The Win-Win Effect™ Show, Chris Ross sits down with critically acclaimed spoken word-poet and author, Kim B Miller.

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Her latest powerful poetry book is called: “My Poetry is The Beauty You Overlook,” following “How to Love Your Kids: More Than You Hate That Man.” landed her some much-deserved recognition with being published in African Voices magazine, a Portuguese haiku anthology, a DC newspaper, an interfaith anthology, and several magazines and books. 

She has performed online internationally and nationally in person at
The National Black Theater in New York, Northern Virginia Community College, Atlas Performing Arts Center, The Black Box Theater in DC, and many other venues. 

She has written several spoken wordbooks; Christ Gave Me This Pen, so I Have to Write the Truth and Poetically Inking: Just Me, My Pen and the Mic. In addition, she wrote a limited-edition Journey called: Hope on Purpose, 26 Weeks of Clarity. 

This spoken word poet loves writing and performing and expressing her heart expressed in words: opinionated, blunt, thought-provoking, and real. Kim is the Poet Laureate for Prince William County. In addition, she is the first African American Poet Laureate for PWC, VA.

She is one of the healing authors who wrote The Ultimate Guide to Self-Healing Volume 2. Kim B Miller is an award-winning spoken word poet. She is the 2019 Southern Fried Poetry Haiku Champion, and the 2018 Black Poetry Café Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is Slam champion. Kim’s a motivational speaker that cultivates growth.

Kim is also a facilitator that creates and develops her training material into interactive workshops that are fun and informative. For example, she facilitated a haiku class in Denver, Colorado (National Poetry Slam event). She also facilitated a workshop: the University of California, Berkeley 36th Empowering Womxn of Color Conference. In addition, she has been the featured poet/speaker/facilitator at events in several states: NY, MD, DC, VA, SC, PA, CA, CO, and NC.

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