I’ve been in the writing business for about 40 years, first as a newspaper reporter, then as a PR professional for planning commissions and then higher education.  I’ve been PR Director at Mansfield University since 1980.  Our department has won more than 30 national awards in nearly all aspects of PR, marketing, advertising, special events and community relations.

I write three blogs and am author of the novel The Perfect Song and, most recently, One Woman’s Vengeance.



9 responses to “About

  1. Who are you!?? This blog is spot on. I love reading it. Am I a moron and can’t find the “subscribe” button?

    I’ve only recently started blogging, but I come from a long line of published writers who taught me the value of not only good writing, but good thinking and good humor as well.


  2. Hey caycee,
    Thanks for your kind note. I guess I don’t have enough in the “about” section. My name is Dennis Miller.
    You’re right about the “subscribe” button being missing. I’ll fix that. Thanks for pointing it out and your kind words about the writing!

  3. As a marketing professional in the higher education arena, I am interested in following your blog. I hope to gain some insight in developing and executing marketing and PR efforts.

  4. Dennis,

    Could you get in touch with me? I couldn’t find your email on this site. I have some quick questions I’d like to run by you, related to my website, and know your feedback would be invaluable. spencer AT collegeblender DOT com

    Thank you!

  5. Hi,

    Can I contact you via email? I have a quick question I’d like to ask you. You can reach me at ctaaca@gmail.com.


    Carrie Taaca
    Higher Level Group / The Leadership & Influence Blog

  6. Hi Dennis just thought you might be interested in a startup company (of which I am a Co-Founder) in the higher ed space. I put together a little infographic of sorts at http://www.slideshare.net/StringHub/stringhub-connecting-higher-ed-with-business

  7. Hey Dennis, Do you have a Twitter account? I can’t easily find you in the Twitter search.

    • Travis, I do have one but I don’t use it. I probably should be embarrassed but with all the ways to communicate, I simply ran out of time. I did click on your link. You guys have a really good site which I am bookmarking.

  8. Thanks for note. No worries – most understandable. It is a bit overwhelming sometimes with all of the ways to communicate. Thank you for the bookmark too!

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