The Bronte myth
Ian Bostridge, John Mullan, Emily Bronte, Charlotte Bronte
Lucasta Frances Elizabeth Miller is an English writer and literary journalist.
Miller was educated at Westminster School and Lady Margaret Hall, in Oxford, receiving a congratulatory first in English in 1988. She was awarded a PhD at the University of East Anglia in 2007.
Miller worked as deputy literary editor of the Independent in the mid-1990s. Known for her study in metabiography, The Bronte Myth (published by Jonathan Cape in the UK in 2001 and Knopf in the USA in 2003) she has also been a contributor to The Guardian, as a profile and comment writer, a reviewer for the Times Literary Supplement and the Economist and was one of the judges of the Man Booker Prize in 2009. Miller wrote the preface for a Penguin Classics edition of Wuthering Heights in 2003. She has been a trustee of the London Library and the Wordsworth Trust.
In 1992 Miller married the tenor Ian Bostridge.