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Reverend Jen Miller

Reverend Jen Miller (also known as Saint Reverend Jen and Reverend Jen — born Jennifer Miller on July 24, 1972 in Silver Spring, Maryland) is an American performer, underground movie star, writer, painter, director, preacher, and poet from Manhattan, New York City.


Miller writes the "Diary of an Art Star" column for Artnet and wrote the "I Did It for Science" column for for two years. She is also the host of the Anti-Slam on Manhattan's Lower East Side, an open mike that ran for twelve years until fall 2007, with its longest run at Collective:Unconscious Theater on Ludlow Street.

She is the author of Reverend Jen's Really Cool Neighborhood,[1] a writer for Toxic Pop, and star and writer of The Adventures of Electra Elf and Fluffer, a low budget Public-access television show produced by Nick Zedd about a superhero and her sidekick dog, co-starring Francis McNerdz, Faceboy and Andrew J. Lederer. She played "Tina, the script girl" in the Troma movie Terror Firmer and The Elf Queen in Lord of the Cockrings, which she also wrote. Her handmade books are collected by the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Miller coined the phrase "Art Star," which denotes a movement of performers, artists, poets, and other individuals centered around the Lower East Side. She is the founder of Art Star Scene Magazine, which is devoted to promoting musicians, artists, poets, etc. through art. She is also the music video director for singer Moby's single "New York, New York." At the end of the video, Moby is seen kissing Miller's dog, Rev. Jen, Jr.[2]

Miller is the author of Elf Girl, released in 2011 by Simon and Schuster.[3]

She is the Co-Founder of ASS Studios alongside filmmaker and boyfriend Courtney Fathom Sell.[4][5] and is the curator of the Lower East Side Troll Museum, a loving homage to the art and culture of the troll doll. [6][7]



Miller is the author of multiple books, as follows:

  • Live Nude Elf: The Sexperiments of Reverend Jen
  • Sex Symbol for the Insane
  • Cliff Notes for Sex Symbol for the Insane
  • Reverend Jen's Really Cool Neighborhood
  • Diary of an Art Star
  • Magical Elf Panties : A Coloring Book
  • Elf Panties: Audio-Visual Fun!
  • Reverend Jen's Really Cool Neighborhood/Les Misrahi
  • Treasuries of the Troll Museum
  • Being a Supermodel is Cool
  • Being Different is Cool
  • Be Careful What You Wish For: A Coloring Book
  • Beer is Magic
  • Don't Call Me Rat-Dog!
  • People Who Don't Like My Work Are Bad People: A Memoir
  • Reverend Jen's Trip to the Hospital
  • Reverend Jen Junior Groovee Paper Dolls
  • Reverend Jen Paper Doll Fun
  • Elf Girl

Other releases

  • Rev Jen's Greatest Hits – Spoken word album (audio cassette)
  • "Don't Call Me Rat Dog" on the compilation album, Rachel Trachtenburg's Homemade World


External links

  • Official website
  • Internet Movie Database
  • Myspace
  • Time Out New York
  • New York University
  • Interview
  • Village Voice

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