Songs of Selah
September 6, 2021
On tonight's episode I'm pleased to welcome Ronda Miller to the show...
Ronda Miller is a Life Coach who works with clients who have lost someone to homicide. She is a graduate of the University of Kansas, a Fellow of The Citizen Journalism Academy, World Company, and a Certified Life Coach with IPEC (Institute of Professional Empowerment Coaching).
Miller created poetic forms loku and ukol. She was the co-chair, along with Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg, for the Transformative Language Arts Conference at Unity Village September, 2015.
Miller was the poetry contest manager for Kansas Authors Club (2011-2014). District 2 President of Kansas Authors Club (2015 – 2017), the club's state Vice President (2016 – 2017), and the state president of the club (2018 - 2019).
Miller’s five books of poetry include Going Home: Poems from My Life, MoonStain (Meadowlark-Books 2015) WaterSigns (Meadowlark-Books 2017), Winds of Time (Kellogg Press 2019), and I Love the Child (Kellogg Press 2019. I Love the Child took first place in The Children’s Book Award category at the Kansas Authors Club State Convention, October, 2020.
Miller presents topics such as Rewriting your Trauma, Talking to Crickets, and The Importance of Voice in Trauma Transformation.
Miller continues to write her memoir, Gun Memories of a Stone-Eyed Cold Girl.
Past episodes of Songs of Selah can be found here in the show's archive: