Death Cafe profile for EE Miller

Location: United States

About EE Miller:

I am a death educator and doula working in Western Massachusetts and NYC.  My work is informed by my graduate studies in oral history, disability studies,  electronic arts and over a decade of experience as an educator, artist, and hospice volunteer.

CT Thanatology (ADEC)
MFA Electronic Arts
MA Public History


What brings you to Death Cafe?

As an educator and consultant I work with people of all ages, exploring both dreams and fears related to death.

These conversations enhance all chapters of life, including death.

What would you like your legacy to be?

I would like to be remembered as a passionate friend, devoted to life-arts, including creative engagement with death.

Thoughts for sharing:

I know, from experience and study that death and grief can expand capacity for connection, inter-dependence, and joy.

When we are able to show up, despite our fears, we honor the lives of those we love and become more awake in our own humanity.

"Death is not something that happens to is something you do."
                          Stephen Jenkinson

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EE Miller's posts on the Death Cafe website

Death Cafe write up: Death Cafe for LGBTQIA and friends

Posted by EE Miller on Jan. 12, 2019, 7:13 p.m.

At this death cafe mortals will gather to eat (cake), drink (tea) and discuss death. Our intention is to create life-enhancing communal spaces where we  practice connecting to the life cycle and each other.

EE Miller, a death educator and doula, facilitates welcoming, queer-centered group discussions, making space for everyone to hear and savor generative, (undervalued) voices, perspectives, and formations.

Death Cafe: Death Cafe for LGBTQIA and friends

Posted by EE Miller on Jan. 12, 2019, 7:36 a.m.

With EE Miller

Feb. 10, 2019, 4.00 p.m. - 6.00 p.m. (EST)

Accepts donations

This death cafe is LGBTQIA centered AND all are welcome.

All mortals can benefit from approaching life and death with curiosity and compassion, and without assumptions about what is "normal."

Contact EE Miller