Welcome to my homepage – the centre on the web for all my creative ventures. My blog is here but when I’m writing a novel I tend to put all my energies into that and not into blogging so it does go quiet sometimes. You can follow me on Facebook or Twitter (@GrahamHMiller) as well or even just email me.
I am an author. My current project is a police procedural novel with the working title “The List”. I have also had articles placed in LLewellyn’s Witches Calendar 2011 and Magical Almanack 2011 and 2012. I wrote the Busy Pagan – a guide to living a pagan lifestyle in the modern world. My articles also appear in pagan magazines and the local newspaper. I’ve also written several novels, so far unpublished. I’m also contributing to a Wheel of Year webpage run by my good friend Jan Shepherd. Hopefully the research for this will motivate me to finally get on with the much needed rewrite of The Busy Pagan!
I am an inventor. I mostly like to work in cardboard, but I also like working with anything that is considered junk by our society. I have made two cardboard coffee tables and am now making a range of clocks based on obsolete road atlases.
I am a sculptor and caster of metal. More on the direct recycling theme – in the past I have run a coffee-can furnace and melted down aluminium drinks cans. I’m currently collecting cans and refining my sculpting skills to make a series of statues. In the past I’ve carved my own statues from stone and that’s something I’d like to get back to.
I’m a graphic designer. I design and produce a lunar based year planner. I used to work evenings doing layouts for a print house. I did all my own layout and typsetting on the Busy Pagan, working with illustrations from Anita Luckett.
I read Tarot cards and runes. I also work with runes and use them for meditation. I am fascinated by all things mystical, especially Tarot, runes, stone circles, prehistory and Norse myth.
So this is my website. Down the side you can see links to some other places I pop up on the web – Facebook, twitter and Flickr. Click the tab at the top to see my blog where I’ll update with my latest thoughts – which may or may not turn into full blown projects.