Andrew Miller on his desk the day that Outweek Magazine shut down.
Andrew Miller was a founder and the news editor of Outweek magazine and has taught writing and journalism at Polytechnic Institute of New York University. He has also been a book editor at John Wiley & Sons, HarperCollins, Hearst, and Random House. His byline appears frequently in the LGBT press, especially New York’s Gay City News, and he has contributed to and ghostwritten several books, including Youth In Crisis: What Everyone Should Know About Growing Up Gay. He is a member of Queer Nation, a direct action group dedicated to ending discrimination, violence and repression against the LGBT community. Miller lives in New York City.
OutWeek Magazine was a gay and lesbian weekly news magazine published in New York City from 1989 to 1991.
In June 1991 Outweek published its last edition, almost two years after it first appeared. It published 105 issues in all, and The New York Times reported OutWeek's circulation at between 30,000 and 40,000 copies. According to The New York Times, the closing was the result of financial problems and fighting within the leadership.