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Vic Miller is the South Georgia author that Clyde Edgerton calls a cross between Harry Crews and Larry Brown. A novelist, humorist, and naturalist, he lives aboard his sailboat "Kestyll," often anchored near a Kuna Indian village off the Caribbean coast of Panama. He is a frequent contributor to Gray's Sporting Journal.

Here, you can sample Vic's short stories and articles and share a few of Vic's travels and adventures through photographs.  You can also catch up on Vic's latest musings in his blog.

Recent work in Gray's Sporting Journal:

From Georgia Sportsman:

Dove Hunting Tactics - September 2009