Miller H Caldwell
Educated at the Reform Street, Primary school, Kirriemuir, Angus; Shawlands Primary Glasgow; The Glasgow Academy; Edinburgh University, London University and Glasgow University.
Miller’s first post was in Tema in Ghana as a Church of Scotland Missionary.
After six years abroad he was appointed as an educational social worker in Stirling at St Modan’s Roman Catholic Secondary School.
Three years later he was appointed as the assistant area reporter to the children’s hearing for Kilmarnock and Loudon, Ayrshire. Four years later, he was promoted to being the Area Reporter for Kyle and Carrick and Cumnock and Doon Valley, Ayrshire. Four years later he was appointed as the Principal Reporter to the children’s Hearings for Dumfries and Galloway. Three years later he was promoted to the post of the Regional Reporter for Dumfries & Galloway. After regionalisation of Scottish Authorities, he became the first Authority reporter for Dumfries & Galloway.
In 2003 he became a full time author. Since December 2015 his Literary Agent has been Mathilde Vuillermoz who actively engages in getting his books published and sent to film producers. It’s an exciting new development. 2017 holds much in store.
In 2006 he was appointed the Camp Manager at Mundihar, NWFP Pakistan, following the South East Asian Earthquake.
In London in 2002 he was awarded the Inter Agency Crannog Community Award.
In Islamabad in 2006 he was awarded the Muslim Hands International Award for services to the victims of the earthquake.
Writer in residence Dumfries Prison.
Past President twice of the Dumfries Burns Club.
Chair of the Scottish Association for the Study of Offending.
Society of Authors (Scotland) committee member.
Events Manager Society of Authors