Ronda Miller transverses the reality, soft and harsh, of the world at large. Her focus is on the multitude of universes that inherently existent within the natural aspects surrounding us in everyday life. Favorite subjects include the iris within an infant’s eyes, the limp, unsteady feet of a hummingbird, and the multitude of flowers that consume her waking hours.
Ronda Miller is a Life Coach who works with clients who have lost someone to homicide. She is a Fellow of The Citizen Journalism Academy, World Company, a Certified Life Coach with IPEC (Institute of Professional Empowerment Coaching), mother to son, Scott and daughter, Apollonia. She created poetic forms loku and ukol. She was the co-chair, along with Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg, for the Transformative Language Arts Conference at Unity Village September, 2015. Miller was the poetry contest manager for Kansas Authors Club (2011-2014). She was the District 2 President of Kansas Authors Club (2015 – 2017), the club’s Vice President (2016 – 2017), and State President (2018 – 2019). Miller enjoys wandering the Arikaree Breaks of NW Kansas as they whisper late into the sunset and scream into blizzards and t-storms.