Jen A. Miller is an award winning freelance writer and author. She’s a regular contributor to the New York Times and writes their weekly running newsletter. She has also written for the Washington Post, Runner’s World, The Outline, The Guardian, SELF, Buzzfeed, The Goods, and the Philadelphia Inquirer, among others.
She is also an experienced science and technology writer, and is a regulator contributor to Clinical Laboratory News, HealthTech, CIO Dive, Supply Chain Dive, Aquaculture Advocate, and the alumni magazines of Rutgers University, Drexel University, the University of Tampa, Bentley University and Delaware Valley College.
Jen is author of Running: A Love Story (a Philadelphia Inquirer top book of 2016) and The Jersey Shore: Atlantic City to Cape May. She is a graduate of the University of Tampa and earned her master’s degree from Rutgers University-Camden. She lives in Audubon, N.J. with Annie Oakley Tater Tot, a mutt of indeterminate origin, and is training for her third ultramarathon.
Interested in freelancing? Check out Jen’s newsletter, Notes from a Hired Pen, and her ebook, How I Made $135,000 in One Year of Freelancing.