behindthelinesJeffrey B. Miller’s new nonfiction book, Behind the Lines: WWI’s little-known story of German occupation, Belgian resistance, and the band of Yanks who helped save millions from starvation, received a Starred Review in June from Blue Ink Review, which provides objective professional reviews of independently published books. The book was also awarded Special Mention in the New Mexico Book Association’s annual Southwest Book Design Awards for being “very well done on the three main levels of judging – text, cover, and production.” Additionally, Miller was one of four historians who made presentations at a June 20 symposium hosted by the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library in West Branch, Iowa. The presentations were filmed by C-SPAN for future airing on American History TV. Miller will also be one of five speakers at the inaugural Rocky Mountain Literary Festival, October 17 at Mount Vernon Country Club.