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E(ugene) Ethelbert Miller Biography

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Hardly a stranger to the Washington, D.C. arts community, E. Ethelbert Miller has helped to shape it through his searches for new talent in the area, his encouragement of other artists, and the contributions of his own gifts as well. Along with serving on the D.C. Community Humanities Council (a fund granting organization), he is former associate editor of Black Box magazine (a cassette taped poetry magazine) and senior editor for the Washington Review of the Arts. His Ascension series reading programs regularly give young and beginning poets an opportunity to read for public audiences in the Washington area. Locally he is popularly referred to as "an aesthetic entrepreneur." More important, he encourages young talent which might otherwise go unnoticed. Miller has read his own poetry in colleges, cultural centers, and galleries across the country. Editors regularly publish his work in journals like the...

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