Pamela Miller

Assistant Metro Editor | Nights
Phone: 612-673-4290
Pam Miller grew up on U.S. Army forts and moved to Lake City, Minn., in youth. She worked at the Duluth News Tribune and the Anchorage Daily News before coming to the Star Tribune, the paper I wanted to work for since I was a kid, in 1988. She has worked here as a copy editor, reporter and editor.

Recent content from Pamela Miller

Flawless tales reveal Wyoming's gritty reality

Alyson Hagy's tough love for her adopted state shines through in this stellar short-story collection.

Updated: March 06, 2010, - 03:17 PM

Feb. 24, 2010: House explosion rattles Edina: 'Everything shook'

CenterPoint Energy said a cable company contractor severed an underground natural gas main at 50th Street and Arden Avenue. Sixty homes in the area were evacuated.

Updated: February 24, 2010, - 12:41 AM

Something's foul about relationship, but what is uncertain

When it is OK for a 65-year-old man and a 16-year-old girl to have a romantic relationship?

Updated: February 20, 2010, - 02:47 PM

'Ancestors' a sampler of marvelous prose

Sometimes fantastical, sometimes down-to-Earth, Chappell's folk fables are nothing short of wonderful.

Updated: January 22, 2010, - 04:00 PM

Deborah Howell, prominent editor, killed in car accident

She was a top editor at the Minneapolis Star and the St. Paul Pioneer Press, and "a powerful force for good journalism," said Mayor Chris Coleman, her stepson.

Updated: January 02, 2010, - 03:18 PM

Joyce Carol Oates' pedigree is no mystery

Her latest triumph, "Little Bird of Heaven," is a dark and accomplished page-turner.

Updated: November 11, 2009, - 06:21 PM

Building characters in "The Lacuna"

Barbara Kingsolver's story of a young writer coming of age during the McCarthy era is her best writing to date.

Updated: October 31, 2009, - 02:15 PM

Zimmerman man, 21, dies in rollover crash

A 21-year-old man was killed early Saturday in a rollover accident on Hwy. 169 near Zimmerman, Minn., in Sherburne County, according to the State Patrol.

Updated: October 18, 2009, - 12:01 AM

Rich 'After the Fire' is rough, beautiful

Evie Wyld's strongly written if somewhat confusing debut novel explores the experiences of two Australian men deeply scarred by their experiences with war, love and family.

Updated: October 14, 2009, - 10:22 AM

Quirky 'Same-Same' is subtle and endearing story

In an Alaskan village far from any roads, a tough teen finds his own path, with help from his eccentric cousin and a strong community.

Updated: September 19, 2009, - 10:37 PM

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