She has performed in a wide variety of venues, ranging from singing original songs in coffee houses (with a few people) to performing the National Anthem in a stadium (with 20,000 people). In 2004, she received an honorary award in "The Great American Song Contest" for her song "When I'm Wiser." She's been a featured artist on a number of radio stations, including Archangel Radio, KBVM, Ave Maria Radio, and WQOM Boston.
In addition to the song-writing, Miriam published her first book What I Learned in Oxford, in January, 2015. Her second book, The Memory of Good was released in the fall of 2015. She is a contributor to Oblation, a blog run by the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy. She is also a sought-after speaker, and has given talks at college retreats, parish missions, private events, and even bars (google "Theology on Tap", if you're curious).
When she's not writing music or essays, you'll most likely find her hanging out with friends and family, watching something on Netflix or enjoying a soccer match.