Phyllis Zimbler Miller

Phyllis Zimbler Miller graduated with a B.A. in Journalism from Michigan State University and worked as a newspaper reporter and editor in Philadelphia for several years.  During that time she taught newswriting and copyediting courses at Temple University Center City and took advertising design courses at Philadelphia College of Art.

After earning an M.B.A. at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, she and her husband moved to Los Angeles, where she later was the founding president of the Los Angeles Chapter of Sisters in Crime.  The Jewish holiday book SEASONS FOR CELEBRATION she co-wrote with Rabbi Karen L. Fox came out in 1992 and her novel MRS. LIEUTENANT, a 2008 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award semi-finalist, came out in April 2008

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