Exploring the depths of family relationships with author Sue Miller

A woman and a book jacket in a side-by-side photo.
Sue Miller is the author of "Monogamy."
Courtesy of HarperCollins

Families are intricate, made up of interwoven and multilayered relationships. Sue Miller’s newest book, “Monogamy” examines these complex ties amidst a family who loses their beloved and gregarious father, Graham. After his death, his second wife Annie, discovers Graham wasn’t always faithful during their 30-year marriage. The resulting grief, anger, reassessing and, ultimately, acceptance is the work of being human.

Sue Miller’s own life informed her new book, as she tells Kerri Miller in the above interview. But her book also taught her how to embrace the broken and beautiful bits of her own life.


  • Sue Miller, author of many novels including the new book “Monogamy

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