Kim B. Miller
2020-2022 Poet Laureate
Kim was crowned Prince William County Poet Laureate on Oct. 24, 2020 by the Prince William County Arts Council. Kim is the First African American Prince William County Poet Laureate.
Kim is an award winning spoken word poet. Her pen embodies bold truth.
Find out more about Kim at www.kimbmiller.com or follow her on social media @pwcpoetlaureate2020.
Poet Laureate Past Winners
In 2014, Prince William County became the first and only county in Virginia to have a Poet Laureate.
|2014-2016 – Dr. Robert Scott of Haymarket / Alexandra “Zan” Delaine Hailey
Alexandra “Zan” Delaine Hailey, passed away in 2018. Her pen has not been silenced. Her poems can be still be read and loved. Read More…
|2016-2018 – Kathy Smaltz of Nokesville
Kathy is a gifted writer. Her poems are majestic. Here is a link to Kathy’s poem Frozen.
|2018-2020 – Natalie Potell of Manassas
Natalie is a firefighter with a love for poetry. She mailed poems to inspire strangers. Read more about her here.