Kevin Miller is a best-selling novelist and award-winning filmmaker. He is the recipient of the 2013 Raven Award for Excellence in Arts and Entertainment and directed Hellbound? and J.E.S.U.S.A.
His independently published debut novel, Up the Creek, has topped Amazon.com’s Canadian literature best-seller list for over 12 weeks. Over the past 25 years, he has applied his craft to a wide range of projects, including feature films, documentaries, novels, non-fiction books, and comic books. He has also taught creative writing across Canada and the US as well as in the UK and Australia. Kevin has been featured on CBC Radio, CNN, and numerous other radio and TV outlets, and his work has his been written about and reviewed in dozens of publications, including the New York Times, Variety, the Globe and Mail, and the Vancouver Sun. When Kevin isn’t snorkeling with sharks in the Galapagos or interviewing war criminals in a fly-infested market in Sierra Leone, to name a few of the adventures his career has taken him on, he lives in British Columbia, Canada with his wife and four children.