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St. John's Preparatory School, Danvers, Mass., graduated 1972.
Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass., bachelor of arts, cum laude, 1976.
Thunder Rise, William Morrow, hardcover novel, 1989.
Thunder Rise, Macdonald (London, England), 1990.
Thunder Rise, Berkley, paperback, 1992.
The Work of Human Hands: Hardy Hendren and Surgical Wonder at Children's Hospital, Random House, March 1993 (also a Chinese edition).
Coming of Age: The True Adventures of Two American Teens, Random House, hardcover, June 1995.
Coming of Age, Random House, paperback, June 1995.
Toy Wars: The Epic Struggle Between G.I. Joe, Barbie and the Companies That Make Them, Random House/Times Books, February 1998 (also a Chinese edition).
Toy Wars, Adams, paperback, January 1999.
The Work of Human Hands, Borderlands, paperback, October 1999.
King of Hearts: The True Story of the Maverick Who Pioneered Open Heart Surgery, Random House/Times Books, February 2000 (also a Chinese edition).
King of Hearts, Random House/Crown, trade paperback, February 2000.
King of Hearts, Blackstone/Audible.com, audiobook, February 2001.
Thunder Rise, iUniverse, trade paperback, 2001.
Men and Speed: A Wild Ride Through NASCAR's Breakout Season, PublicAffairs, hardcover, April 2002.
Men and Speed, PublicAffairs, trade paperback, June 2003.
The Xeno Chronicles: Two Years on the Frontier of Medicine Inside Harvard's Transplant Research Lab, PublicAffairs, June 2005.
An Uncommon Man: The Life and Times of Senator Claiborne Pell, University Press of New England, October 2011.
Since the Sky Blew Off: The Essential G. Wayne Miller Fiction, Vol. 1, Crossroad Press, April 2012.
TOP BRAIN, BOTTOM BRAIN: Harnessing the Power of the Four Cognitive Modes, with Stephen M. Kosslyn, PhD., Simon & Schuster, 2013 and 2015.
VAPORS: The Essential G. Wayne Miller Fiction, Vol 2, Crossroad Press, 2013.
THE BEACH THAT SUMMER: The Essential G. Wayne Miller Fiction, Vol 3, Crossroad Press, 2014.
DROWNED: A Different Kind of Zombie Tale, Sequel to the Thunder Rise Trilogy, Crossroad Press, 2015.
CAR CRAZY: The Battle for Supremacy between Ford and Olds and the Dawn of the Automobile Age, Perseus/PublicAffairs, 2015.
The THUNDER RISE Trilogy and sequel, in e-editions:
-- Thunder Rise, Crossroad Press, December 2012.
-- Asylum, Crossroad Press, March 2013.
-- Summer Place, Crossroad Press, April 2013.
-- DROWNED: A Different Kind of Zombie Tale, Sequel to the Thunder Rise Trilogy, Crossroad Press, 2015.
Building, a 16-mm black-and-white documentary sound film for Visual and Environmental Studies course 40, Harvard College, May 1976; writer, producer and camera.
Wishers, screenwriter, registered with the Writers Guild of America, East.
Foreign Interest, screenwriter, registered with the Writers Guild of America, East.
King of Hearts, the screen adaptation, screenplay by Drew Smith, WGA registration #1062014, in development, 2012.
Since the Sky Blew Off, the screen adaptation, writer with Drew Smith, WGA registration #1182424, 2011.
Snyder, writer with Drake Witham, WGA registration # 1184318, Spring 2007.
Summer Love, writer, WGA registration # 1216149, Summer 2007.
Alden's Neck, writer, WGA registration # 1230267, Autumn 2007.
Money for Nothing, writer, WGA registration # 1230268, Autumn 2007.
The Glamour Girls, writer, WGA registration # 1288636, Summer 2008.
On the Lake: Love and Life in a Distant Place, premiered in February 2009, followed by PBS broadcasts in major national markets, co-producer and writer.
Behind the Hedgerow: Eileen Slocum and the Meaning of Newport Society, premiered in 2010 and broadcast on PBS in 2011, co-producer and writer. Based on the central character of The Providence Journal series A Nearly Perfect Summer. These were made with director David Bettencourt with Eagle Peak Media, the movie company Dave and I co-founded. NOTE: As of February 2012, there are no Eagle
Peak projects in development or production. I now make documentary movies on staff at The Providence Journal.
Coming Home, premiered online December 29, 2011, and broadcast on Rhode Island PBS on March 26, 2012 and later dates, The Providence Journal's first feature-length documentary, co-producer and writer. Photographed by my Journal colleague John Freidah and edited by The Journal's Cecilia Prestamo, COMING HOME won a 2012 Edward R. Murrow Award from the Radio Television Digital News Association and is nominated as oustanding documentary in the 35th annual New England Emmy Awards.
NEWS and FEATURE VIDEOS
Two Dead in Middletown Plane Crash, Providence Journal, July 3, 2008.
Providence Diocese Ordains 5 New Priests, Providence Journal, July 8, 2008.
Ginger Collins Dreams of a New Life Without Bars, Providence Journal, July 18, 2008.
Family, Colleagues and Friends Remember Eileen Slocum, Providence Journal, August 1, 2008. Eileen Slocum was the protagonist of
A NEARLY PERFECT SUMMER: Travels Through Old-Money Newport, my six-part series on American aristocracy, July 2 - July 7, 2000.
Chabad members in Warwick pray for those slain in Mumbai, Providence Journal, December 1, 2008.
The Our World continuing series:
Camp Buddies, Providence Journal, August 7, 2008.
First Haircut, Providence Journal, August 14, 2008.
Bridge Keepers, Providence Journal, August 22, 2008.
The Organist, Providence Journal, August 29, 2008.
Off to College, Providence Journal, September 3, 2008.
Feeding the Bugs, Providence Journal, September 16, 2008.
Urban Farmer, Providence Journal, September 19, 2008.
Summer Ends, Providence Journal, September 22, 2008.
The Bride, Providence Journal, October 5, 2008.
The Rat Hunters, Providence Journal, October 9, 2008.
Missing Cat, Providence Journal, October 17, 2008.
Mercy Brown, Providence Journal, October 30, 2008.
Standup Comic, Providence Journal, November 13, 2008.
First Broken Bone, Providence Journal, November 25, 2008.
Thanksgiving 2008, Providence Journal, November 27, 2008.
Life Story, Providence Journal, December 18, 2008.
Christmas Time, Providence Journal, December 25, 2008.
Final care, Providence Journal, January 11, 2009.
Six Years Later, Providence Journal, February 20, 2009.
Spring Arrives, Providence Journal, March 21, 2009.
Station Meaning, Providence Journal, June 18, 2009.
Fourth of July, Providence Journal, July 4, 2009.
The What's Next continuing series:
Targeting Cancer, Providence Journal, May 4, 2009.
The Coda, Providence Journal, May 18, 2009.
Human Technology, Providence Journal, May 25, 2009.
Shock Tube, Providence Journal, June 1, 2009.
The Perfect Lawn, Providence Journal, June 15, 2009.
Hoping to save Lives, Providence Journal, June 22, 2009.
What Makes Ticks Tick, Providence Journal, June 29, 2009.
Writer and co-producer
A Remarkable Life, retired U.S. Senator Claiborne Pell and his wife, Nuala, reflect on six decades together, Providence Journal, Sunday, April 10, 2005.
Of The Hour, about a rock band's quest to sign an album deal, Providence Journal, August 14, 2005.
Saving Reggie, the story of a veterinarian who saved a dying dog, Providence Journal, October 2, 2005.
Zambarano, an institution marks its first century, Providence Journal, November 6, 2005.
Frank and Me: Our Year Together, about me and Frank Beazley, featured in The Growing Season series, Providence Journal, October 5, 2006.
Bruce at 86, about one of the most extraordinary figures in Rhode Island history, Bruce Sundlun, war hero, captain of industry, millionaire, ex-governor, father, grandfather, and many times married to beautiful women, Providence Journal, November 19, 2006.
AN AMERICAN BISHOP: Inside the World of One Cathedral Square, Providence Journal, Sunday, October 21, 2007.
A HUMBLE PATH TO POWER, about U.S. Senator Jack Reed, an influential figure on military, foreign policy and other issues, Providence Journal, Sunday, April 27, 2008.
GINGER'S ALBUM, slections from a mentally ill woman's personal archives, Providence Journal, Sunday, July 20, 2008.
The Low Ten, irreverent commentary of the events of the day, published every Monday. You're invited to join the list!
MAJOR NEWSPAPER SERIES
All published in The Providence Journal:
``Building New Lives,'' six-part series on deinstitutionalization, November 25 to November 30, 1984.
``Building the Bridge,'' a continuing series on the construction of the new Jamestown, R.I., bridge, 1985-1987.
``Fatherhood: Where Fear Meets Joy,'' three-part series, June 15 to June 17, 1986.
``Living Longer: The Quiet Revolution,'' six-part series, November 16 to November 21, 1986.
``Children of Poverty,'' five-part series, November 26 to November 30, 1989.
``Working Wonders,'' six-part series on children's surgery, November 17 to November 22, 1991. Winner of Distinguished Writing Award, American Society of Newspaper Editors, non-deadline writing, 1992.
``Coming of Age,'' six-part series on adolescence in suburban America, September 26 - October 1, 1993.
``Toy Soldiers,'' seven-part series on the toy industry and Hollywood, December 17 - December 23, 1995.
Into the Heart: A Medical Odyssey, nine-part series on the invention of open-heart surgery, January 10 - January 18, 1999.
A NEARLY PERFECT SUMMER: Travels Through Old-Money Newport, six-part series on American aristocracy, July 2 - July 7, 2000.
Speed: A Year Inside NASCAR's Biggest Racing Team, an eight-part series, April 7 - April 15, 2002.
Looking for The Fountain of Youth, occasional series, began August 11, 2002, continuing into 2004.
Fatal Foam, with Peter B. Lord, a four-part series on the dangers of polyurethane foam in household furniture and beds, September 28 - October 1, 2003. The series was part of an effort by several Journal journalists that was a Pulitzer Prize finalist Public Service in 2004.
The Growing Season, September 24 - October 5, 2006, 12 consecutive days.
AN AMERICAN BISHOP: Inside the World of One Cathedral Square, starting Sunday, October 21, 2007, continuing on four successive Sundays, through November 18, with an epilogue on Monday, November 19, 2007.
THE WAR ON TERROR: Coming Home, an eight-part series about returning veterans of the post-9/11 wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, starting Sunday, October 2, 2011, concluding Sunday, November 6, 2011.
Reinvent Rhode Island, about the Rhode Island economy, March 18 - December 2012, member of a team of Journal colleagues.
#eWave: The Digital Revolution, about the impact of technology on people where they live, work and plays, began April 28, 2013, member of a team of Journal colleagues.
Middle Class Squeeze, with Providence Journal colleagues, began May 3, 2014, weekly series through 2014.
Mental Health in Rhode Island, an occasional series, lead writer with Providence Journal colleagues, began October 26, 2014.
Race in Rhode Island, writer and team member with Providence Journal colleagues, began May 17, 2015.
my author's blog.
The ON THE LAKE movie blog.
The BEHIND THE HEDGEROW blog, chronicling the making of the documentary movie about high-society Newport, R.I., set for world premiere in August 2010.
The UNCOMMON MAN blog, about the exclusive biography of Claiborne Pell due in October 2011.
(Abbreviated list. More at Locus Magazine index.)
My first major sale, ``The Warden,'' Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine, May, 1985.
Since the Sky Blew Off, Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Mid-December, 1985.
``Monster,'' Sunday Journal Magazine, January 5, 1986.
``The Devil at Bay,'' Sunday Journal Magazine, October 26, 1986.
``To be Cold, Like Trees,'' Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, July, 1987.
``Drive,'' Sunday Journal Magazine, October 25, 1987.
``Chiganook,'' Sunday Journal Magazine, October 30, 1988.
``Chosen One,'' in Masques III: All-New Works of Horror and the Supernatural, St. Martin's, 1989.
``The Good Book,'' in Borderlands: An Anthology of Imaginative Fiction, Avon, 1990.
``God Can be a Cruel Bastard,'' in Chilled to the Bone, Mayfair, 1991.
``Death Train,'' in The Definitive Best of The Horror Show, CD Publications, 1992.
``Lady in The Rain,’’ a reader-finished Halloween story, October 1999, The Providence Journal.
``Stephen and The Magic Bell,’’ a reader-finished Christmas story, December 1999, The Providence Journal.
``The Baby Hope Theft,’’ a reader-finished mystery, summer of 2001, The Providence Journal.
``Wiping the Slate Clean,’’ in Dark Masques, Kensington, 2001.
Vapors, a short story for Study Hill, a division of Blackstone River Theatre, autumn 2007.
SINCE THE SKY BLEW OFF: The Essential G. Wayne Miller Fiction, Vol 1, first volume of collected short stories, Crossroad Press, 2012.
VAPORS: The Essential G. Wayne Miller Fiction, Vol 2, second volume of collected short stories, Crossroad Press, 2013.
THE BEACH THAT SUMMER: The Essential G. Wayne Miller Fiction, Vol 3, third volume of collected short stories, Crossroad Press, 2014.
A SAMPLING OF REVIEWS
Boomsday, by Christopher Buckley, April 2, 2007.
A Russian Diary, by Anna Politkovskaya, May 13, 2007.
The Pesthouse, by Jim Crace, June 24, 2007.
The Cleft, by Doris Lessing, September 9, 2007.
Red Moon Rising, by Matthew Brzezinski, September 30, 2007.
Supreme Courtship, by Christopher Buckley, October 5, 2008.
1978-1979, staff writer for the North Adams (Mass.) Transcript. Covered municipal affairs, town of Williamstown, Mass.; wrote features.
1979-1981, staff writer for the Cape Cod Times, Hyannis, Mass. Features writing; environmental, political and military affairs beat coverage. Chief, Bourne Bureau, 1980-1981.
1981-present, staff writer for the Providence Journal.
2012-present, visiting fellow at Salve Regina University and co-founder and director of the Pell Center's Story in the Public Square program.
COMMITTEES AND PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
Harvard Club of Boston, 1977-2009
Providence Newspaper Guild, local unit of The Newspaper Guild, 1981-
Mystery Writers of America, 1985-
The Authors Guild, 1990-
American Medical Writers Association, 1992-2003.
Publishers Marketing Association, 1999-2002
Communications Workers of America, 1997-
Marquis Who's Who in America, 2003, 2006, 2008.
Gale Group's Contemporary Authors New Revision, 2007.
Society of Professional Journalists, 2007-2009
National Press Club, 2007-2009
Harvardwood, the Harvard/Hollywood connection, member, 2007-2011, Media Director and Board of Directors, 2008-2009
Rhode Island Film Collaborative, member, 2008-
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, New England Chapter, member, 2012, 2018
Education Writers Association, member, 2016-
American Association for the Advancement of Science, member 2017 -
Association of Health care Journalists, member 2018 -
WRITING AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Advanced Reporting, a week-long seminar, American Press Institute, Reston, Virginia, 1983.
Chapter in How I Wrote the Story: A Book for Writers by Writers about Writers, second edition, Providence Journal Company, 1986.
Providence Journal Writing Program Committee, member, 1989 to 1994; chairman, 1989 to 1991.
In-house story-writing seminars, with Journal Metro Managing Editor Carol J. Young, 1990 and 1992.
Interview on writing in Best Newspaper Writing, 1992, Poynter Institute for Media Studies.
Judge, Providence Sunday Journal Magazine annual short story contest, 1986 to 1992.
Book reviewer, Providence Journal, 1985 to present.
Judge, American Medical Writers Association writing awards, New England prizes, 1994.
``Immersion Reporting,’’ Writer's Digest magazine, December, 1994.
` `Advice on Lead Writing,’’ passage in guidebook, First National Writers' Conference, Hartford, Conn., 1995.
Chapter in How I Wrote the Story, third edition, 1996.
Writing coach for new writers, Providence Journal, designed and ran program, summer of 1997.
Fellow, New York Times Foundation-sponsored Age Boom Academy, International Center for Longevity, New York, October 2001.
Providence Journal Writing Tips, a forum where our staff explains techniques.
Columbia Journalism Review interview on narrative journalism, Oct. 6, 2006.
AWARDS AND HONORS
United Press International New England Newspaper Advisory Committee, General Editorial Excellence, First Place, Newspapers of 15,000 to 50,000 circulation, 1980.
New England Associated Press News Executives Association, Third Place, science-technology stories, newspapers 30,000 to 60,000 circulation, 1982.
Greater Fall River (Mass.) Association for Retarded Citizens, annual media award, 1985.
National Council of Community Mental Health Centers, New England area service award, 1985.
Coalition of Family Advocates for the Mentally Ill, first annual anti-stigma award, 1985.
Rhode Island Association for Retarded Citizens, media Excellence Award, 1985.
Association for Retarded Citizens of the United States, media Excellence Award, 1985.
Rhode Island Probation & Parole Association, media award, 1985.
American Psychiatric Association, Robert T. Morse Writer's Award, 1986.
National Mental Health Association, Helen Carringer National Mental Health Journalism Award, 1986.
National Mental Health Association, Gold Award, 1986.
Mental Health Association of Rhode Island, media award, 1986.
New England Associated Press News Executives Association, honorable mention, spot news coverage, 1988.
National Mental Health Association, Silver Award, 1988.
Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America, first place, national journalism award, 1990.
Children's Express, first place, national journalism award, 1990.
New England Associated Press News Executives Association, third place, enterprise writing, 1990.
American Association on Mental Retardation, Region 10 Humanitarian Award, 1990.
New England Newspaper Association, Public Occurrence Award, 1991.
American Society of Newspaper Editors, Distinguished Writing Award, non-deadline writing, 1992, for ``Working Wonders.''
American Medical Writers Association, New England Chapter, Will Solimene Award of Excellence Writing Award, 1992.
New England Associated Press News Executives Association, honorable mention, feature writing, 1992.
JCPenney-Missouri Award, first place, series/special section, 1993.
New England Associated Press News Executives Association, part of a team that shared first place for investigative reporting, 1993. (Miller's contribution, writing a reaction story, was ancillary to the main effort.)
Benjamin Fine Awards, National Association of Secondary School Principals, first place, series, for ``Coming of Age,'' 1994.
New England Associated Press News Executives Association, third place, enterprise, for ``Toy Soldiers,’’ 1996.
ARC of Northern Rhode Island, Media of Excellence Award, 1998.
American Cancer Society, Sword of Hope Judges’ Award, 1999.
National Marrow Donor Program, 2000 Excellence in Journalism Award, 2000.
Digital Edge Awards, Newspaper Association of America, 2001, finalist, for the online version of ``A Nearly Perfect Summer.’’
Pulitzer Prize finalist, member of Providence Journal team that covered the Station Nightclub fire and its aftermath, Public Service, 2004. My major contribution was a
four-part investigative series, co-written with Peter Lord, about the ordinary household dangers of polyurethane foam.
Sevellon Brown award for public service, from the New England Associated Press News Executives Association, member of Providence Journal team, 2004.
NRI Community Services Inc., Woonsocket, Rhode Island, Champions honoree for outstanding community service, April 27, 2006.
Harvard University's Nieman Foundation for Journalism's Narrative Digest, ``Notable Narrative,'' Oct. 13, 2006.
Society of Professional Journalists, Jon Marshall's News Gems, Highlighting the Best of American Journalism, Oct. 19, 2006, for The Growing Season, which Marshall described as ``a stunning profile that reads like a novella.''
Essay on my lifelong love for story for Rhode Island NPR affiliate WRNI's This I Believe weekly series, broadcast May 30, 2007.
National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, New England Chapter, Nomination for best documentary, 2010, for ON THE LAKE, writer and co-producer with director David Bettencourt.
Rhode Island Press Association 2010 Editorial Awards, third place, Profile or Personality Story, for some of my Rhode Island Life columns.
Society for Features Journalism, second place, Feature Specialty Reporting, 2011, for three Rhode Island Life stories.
Edward R. Murrow Award, April 2012, from the Radio Television Digital News Association for
COMING HOME, The Providence Journal's first documentary movie, about veterans of the War on Terror.
COMING HOME was also nominated for oustanding documentary, 35th annual New England Emmy Awards.
Society for Features Journalism, second place, Series/Project, 2012, with John Freidah, for THE WAR ON TERROR: Coming Home, an eight-part Providence Journal series, with six videos, on veterans of the post-9/11 wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. My 16th major newspaper series, it began on October 2, 2011, and ran through November 7, 2011.
New England Associated Press News Executives Association, first place, with staff, business/consumer news, 2012.
New England Associated Press News Executives Association, second place, enterprise, for THE WAR ON TERROR: Coming Home, 2012.
The Rhode Island International Film Festival’s Roger Williams Independent Voice Award, 2013, honoring “an outstanding individual whose vision promotes tolerance, compassion and understanding.”
Rhode Island Press Association, 2014, Investigative/Analytical News Story or Series, with Providence Journal colleagues Paul Davis and Paul Parker, first place for “Mental Health in Rhode Island.”
Bell of Hope: Mental Health Hero Award. Mental Health Association of Rhode Island, April 30, 2015, presented at a ceremony at the Rhode Island State House.
Rhode Island Press Association, 2015, Single-topic Series, third place for “The Deteriorating State of Mental Health Care in Rhode Island.”
Generation Citizen, Civic Change Maker Award, 2015, with Providence Journal colleagues, second place for “Race in Rhode Island.”
Best in Business Award 2015 for breaking news, newspapers with circulation up to 150,000, Society of American Business Editors and Writers, part of team effort for “PawSox Stadium Site,” published Feb. 24, 2015.
Metcalf Award for Diversity in the Media, Series/Multimedia category, 2016, with Providence Journal colleagues, for “Race in Rhode Island,” the 2015 “hard-hitting series, a year-long, multimedia exploration through print, online and community features covering many of the most important issues facing our state today.”
National Association of Black Journalists Salute to Excellence award, newspaper series, under 150,000 circulation, with Providence Journal colleagues, for “Race in Rhode Island,” 2016.
Lila M. Sapinsley Community Service Award, from Butler Hospital, 2016. "This annual award honors a member of the community for his or her personal achievements and contributions to the field of mental health and behavioral health care in Rhode Island. Miller is honored for his longtime advocacy for individuals affected by mental health, developmental disabilities and other areas of brain health."
Metcalf Award for Diversity in the Media, Print Daily Award, 2017, for the three-part 2016 Providence Journal series "Saving Rob."
First place, Local Personality Profile, New England Newspaper & Press Association Better Newspaper Competition, for the three-part 2017 Providence Journal series "Before the Fall," about General Michael Flynn's years in Newport and Middletown, Rhode Island.
Leadership Rhode Island's 2018 Inspiring "Leaders As Hosts" award, with Jim Ludes, for the weekly Story in the Public Square PBS/SiriusXM Satellite Radio program.
Metcalf Award for Diversity in the Media, Print Daily Award, 2018, Lifetime achievement.
Telly Award for Best Political/Commentary in Television, for Story in the Public Square, in the 39th annual awards.
Harvard-Radcliffe Club of Rhode Island, Schools Committee, 1992-2003; returned to committee, 2007-
Board of Trustees, Jesse Smith Memorial Library, Burrillville, R.I., member since 1995. Chairman of the Board, 1997-2009. Trustee Emeritus, 2009-
Burrillville-Glocester Youth Soccer, coach, 1996 and 1997.
Rhode Island Coalition of Library Advocates, 1996-
Burrillville Townwide Library Needs Committee, 1997 to 1998, when committee fulfilled its mandate.
Registered as prosepctive donor, National Bone Marrow Donor Registry, 2000-
Burrillville Library Facilities Committee, secretary, 2000 to 2003, when committee's mandate was fulfilled.
Burrillville Junior Hockey League, assistant coach, 2000-2003
Burrillville Junior Hockey League, secretary of the board, 2002-2003
Burrillville Library Building Committee, 2005-2008
Member of Advisory Board, The Lawrence Transplant Foundation, Washington D.C., 2006-
Rhode Island Blood Center, donor, five-gallon club, Sept. 4, 2009.
Benefactor, Make-A-Wish Foundation and The Tomorrow Fund, 2006
Chairman, Riverwalk Times summer outdoor entertainment series, 2007-2009
Member, Michael P. Metcalf Memorial Fund, student fellowship committee, 2015-
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