Harland Miller (1964) is a British artist and writer from Yorkshire, he now works and lives in London. For a while he worked and lived in New York, Berlin and New Orleans in the early ‘90’s before moving to London. He achieved critical acclaim as a writer with his debut novel Slow down Arthur, Stick to Thirty. In 2001 he started working on a series of paintings based on the dust jackets of Penguin books. The paintings hint at the nostalgic dog-eared covers of Penguin books, with as titles phrases written by Miller. The book titles are hilarious, absurd and often melancholy and nostalgic.