D. H. Miller is a screenwriter, director, and author. Born and raised in Washington, D.C., he illustrated his first comic book at the age of six (which his mother sent to Marvel… they passed). A year later, he saw his first monster. It would take nearly twenty years to diagnose the apparitions that visited him at night as symptoms of sleep paralysis and narcolepsy. His struggles with mental illness continued and evolved into his teens and beyond, but writing always provided him a means to confront the monsters in his head. He most recently wrote on the Fox drama series, Rosewood. His short fiction has appeared in Bards & Sages Quarterly, Adelaide Literary Magazine, and The Oddville Press. In 2017, he co-wrote DJ Ferry Corsten’s critically-acclaimed, concept album, Blueprint.
Hundreds of years from now, in the environmentally-ravaged wastes of southern Canada, a ragtag battalion of soldiers must protect a small border town from murderous outlaws, water shortages, and desperate American refugees.