Kylie Miller is an award-winning journalist and communications consultant with extensive experience working in Australia and overseas. After trading city life for a tree change in regional Victoria, Kylie experienced first-hand the devastating Black Summer bushfires. Kylie won a Federal Government grant and co-wrote her first children’s picture book, Heroes of Black Summer, to help children process trauma after the disaster. It was published by Australian Geographic in 2021. Her second picture book, Albert, The Greyhound Who Loves to Run, was published by Laneway Press in May 2022. It is the first in a series of three greyhound picture books. Teddy, The Most Beautiful Boy in the World, launched in October 2022.
Recent Small Press News
In conversation with BOTY shortlisted editors Leah Jing McIntosh and Adolfo Aranjuez
Against Disappearance: Essays on Memory (Pantera Press) is exactly the kind of invigorating non-fiction that small, risk-taking publications like Liminal, excel at. It is a physically beautiful collection, presented with an understated sophistication that reflects those same qualities in the works. Edited by Leah Jing McIntosh and Adolofo Aranjuez, this collection brings together writers from across […]December 2023
In conversation with BOTY shortlisted author Nornie Bero
Mabu Mabu (Hardie Grant Books) is an intricately crafted cookbook that melds together a perfect balance of memoir and recipe. In between stunning graphics and mouth-watering recipes, Nornie Bero recounts how her upbringing fostered a love for food and explores the deep connection between culture, identity and food. —BOTY 2023 judging panel We were lucky enough […]
In conversation with BOTY shortlisted author Andrew Sutherland
Paradise (Point of Transmission) (Fremantle Press) is beautifully layered collection of poems that explores the realities of a HIV diagnosis on home, community and freedom. It complex but inviting, an act of generosity and transformation. In his first poetry collection Andrew Sutherland simultaneously captures the stigma of a HIV-positive identity and the deep love of Queer community. […]