A diverse writer of columns, feature stores, short fiction, novels, screenplays and stage plays, Maryann Miller has won numerous awards including being a semi-finalist at the Sundance Institute for her screenplay, “A Question of Honor.” More recently she placed in the top 15 percent of entries in the Chesterfield Screenwriting Fellowship with the adaptation of her mystery, “Open Season.”
Early publishing credits include work for regional and national newspapers and magazines. The Rosen Publishing Group released her nine non-fiction books for teens, including the award-winning Coping With Weapons and Violence : In Your School and on Your Streets. Her fiction includes: One Small Victory, Play It Again Sam, Open Season, Stalking Season, Boxes for Beds, Doubletake, and a short story collection, The Wisdom of Ages.
In association with Stephen Marro Productions in New York, Maryann has done script editing and doctoring and co-authored three screenplays; “Holding Point”, “Canned Goods”, and “It Doesn’t Take a Hero”. She worked on the screenplay for “Broadway’s Finest,” a feature film that was released in 2012 by Arrested Development Productions. With Gary Martin, she co-authored the screenplay for “The Benign”.
Miller has an extensive background in editing, most recently serving for ten years as the Managing Editor and writer for an online community magazine, WinnsboroToday.com. She does freelance editing and you can visit her Services Page to find more details. Miller has written book reviews for Dallas Newspapers, ForeWord Magazine and online review sites. She has been writing all her life and plans to die at her computer.