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Larry Millett, a native of Minneapolis, is a graduate of St. John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota—where he completed his BA in English (1969)—and the University of Chicago—where he completed his MA in English (1970).
Larry Millett has spent much of his career as a writer, reporter, and editor for the St. Paul Pioneer Press, joining the newspaper in 1972. In 1984, he won a Knight Fellowship to the University of Michigan to study architectural history and theory.
When he returned to St. Paul in 1985, Larry Millett became the newspaper’s first architecture critic. He held that post until his retirement from the Pioneer Press in June of 2002. While at the Pioneer Press, Larry Millett and fellow reporter Don Boxmeyer also served for several years as clue writers for the annual Winter Carnival medallion hunt.
Larry Millett has written articles for many publications, including Architecture, Inland Architect, Architecture Minnesota and Minnesota History magazines.
He has also written twelve works of non-fiction (history) and nine mystery novels and is available for public speaking engagements.