Terin Tashi Miller spent many of his formative years in India, the child of anthropologist parents. Since then, he has lived and worked in a variety of countries in Europe and Asia.

His writing has appeared in guide books, international magazines including Time and Geografica Revista, and newspapers including The Wall Street Journal, The Dallas Morning News and The Los Angeles Times. 

He began his writing career as a part-time reporter for Time magazine, then worked for The Associated Press in India and North Dakota and AP-Dow Jones News Services in Spain and New York, and as a reporter for The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, The Milwaukee Sentinel, Amarillo Daily News and the Hilton Head Island Packet.

Born in St. Louis, Mo., and raised in Madison, Wis. and several provinces in India, he currently lives in New Jersey.

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Terin Miller is a powerful voice in post-modern literature. His Hemingwayesque prose is needed now more than ever.
— Loren D. Estleman, author of THE CONFESSIONS OF AL CAPONE

Praise for DOWN THE LOW ROAD:

“This novel is a bow to Graham Greene, a deep
one with a courtly smile. It is written with precision,
aforethought and obvious expertise on Indian cities and
culture. It’s a strong contender, a contemplative escape.”
 
~ Publishers Weekly

“This book is a great read right to the end
both in storytelling and in a development of transporting
readers to the streets of India.”
 
~ Michelle Reynoso

Author of “DO YOU?” a collection of original poems and photographs

“Down The Low Road” was a finalist in the category of Literary Fiction
in the Best Books 2010 contest, sponsored by USA Book News, and received
an honorable mention for fiction in the 2010 London Book Festival, and the 2011 Paris Book FestivalNew York Book Festival and Beach Book Festival.

Praise for From Where the Rivers Come, Terin Tashi Miller's debut self-published novel, publlished by Author's Empire India as Kashi:

“Terin Miller’s first novel is an adventure as rich as the subcontinent itself, and as full of wonder.”  
~ Christian Bauman
Author of "VOODOO LOUNGE," "THE ICE BENEATH YOU," and "IN HOBOKEN"
     “I was very impressed by this novel. It was a tragedy, and the baseness of some of its characters was disturbing, but the writing was superb. I’m trying to suppress my enthusiasm, but I can’t help but compare Mr. Miller’s writing to that of Ernest Hemingway ...” 
~ Erika Robuck
Author of “RECEIVE ME FALLING," "HEMINGWAY'S GIRL," and "CALL ME ZELDA"