Author Reading

Join us

Saturday, March 7
19:00 - 20-30

when Boston-based writer

Sandra A. Miller

reads from her acclaimed memoir:

A Woman’s Search for Truth and Buried Treasure

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(Brown Paper Press, 2019)

Eight years ago, a man who was not her husband invited Sandra Miller on an armchair treasure hunt—a search for $10,000 worth of gold coins buried in New York City. When she said she’d go, her world was upended.

You will not read a page of this book without thinking, oh my God, I have so been there. Sandra Miller's Trove is an hilarious, heart-breaking page-turner about one woman's relentless search for the treasures life has to offer: romantic love, parental approval, a decent career, and some shred of meaning in this crazy world. Trove is the utterly accessible memoir we've all been hungering for: the everywoman's Eat Pray Love.”
Erica Ferencik, author of Into the Jungle

Sandra A. Miller's essays and articles have appeared in more than one hundred publications, including Spirituality & Health, Modern Bride, The Christian Science Monitor, and The Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, for which she is a regular correspondent. One of her essays was turned into a short film called "Wait," produced by Glamour Magazine, directed by Trudie Styler, and starring Kerry Washington. For two years she wrote scripts for 11 Central Ave., a radio comic strip that ran on public radio stations around the country.

Sandra has lived and worked in Tokyo and Luxembourg and has led writing workshops on three continents. She teaches writing at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, and lives outside of Boston with her husband and has two children in college. When she isn’t writing, teaching, or travelling, she is likely out in a field looking for hidden treasure.

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For more information on Sandra and her book, visit her website: