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

Congregants show grace after $50,000 theft

A church in Woodbury took a forgiving approach after a trailer with sound equipment, communion plates, even Bibles, was stolen.

Updated: March 16, 2009, - 12:18 AM

Days of wine and psychoses

BOOK REVIEW A young man in the final stages of alcoholism relates the seductively strange tale of how he got there. A worthy second novel by Paul Torday, author of the widely acclaimed "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen."

Updated: March 10, 2009, - 05:43 PM

FICTION: Sweet, but never sentimental

BOOK REVIEW Reynolds' coming-of-age novel is a subtle rendering of life's adversities and complexities.

Updated: February 04, 2009, - 10:30 AM

Predictable 'Hotel' houses poignant tale

This love story set in wartime Seattle is likable, but don't expect great literature.

Updated: January 24, 2009, - 06:27 PM

A blogger's tale of how she won the losing game

BOOK REVIEW: When it comes to wisdom, "The Amazing Adventures of Dietgirl" is no lightweight.

Updated: January 13, 2009, - 08:31 PM

Henry Bates, scientist, teacher, DFL activist

He thrived in spite of a handicap and became a cancer researcher. Outside of work, he had a passion for the DFL.

Updated: January 11, 2009, - 07:56 PM

'Plain Sense' gets to the heart of living

Minnesota writer Pamela Carter Joern expands her artistic range in this Nebraska saga.

Updated: November 30, 2008, - 04:19 PM

We've cleaned up our act

This history of personal hygiene gets down and dirty.

Updated: November 25, 2008, - 03:22 PM

Pssst ... this book on rumors is a very good read

In "The Watercooler Effect," the author shows how we use rumors to connect with others -- or to shut them out -- and to ease uncertainty and anxiety.

Updated: October 31, 2008, - 03:35 PM

'White Heat' forges friendship

A new book examines the correspondence between Emily Dickinson and writer Thomas Higginson -- and blasts a few myths in the process.

Updated: October 07, 2008, - 05:23 PM

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