"I work with about an '87 model Franklin computer, Apple-compatible," Errol Miller writes, "and I use a Bank Street Writer program for my work, which I understand is about like driving a Model T nowadays. I'm 58. I have a B.S. Degree in Social Science from Livingston University in Alabama and an M.A. Degree in Psychotherapy (which I've never used except on my wife) from Northeast Louisiana University here in Monroe. I'm semi-retired. I was with State Farm Insurance for 21 years.
"I've been writing & publishing since 1972, although I was 'dormant' from 1978 to 1986. I call myself 'The Woolworth Poet Of America'--dusty, shopworn, on the shelf for a while. My work has appeared in lots of magazines since 1972." Some of those magazines are: American Poetry Review, Four Quarters, Centennial Review, Kansas Quarterly, Nebraska Review, CrossConnect, Painted Bride Quarterly, Laurel Review, New Orleans Review, Gulf Stream, Oasis, Half Tones To Jubilee, Atlanta Review, Louisiana Literature, Greensboro Review, Hiram Poetry Review, Rhino, Another Chicago Magazine, etc."