Award Winner

Sam J. Miller

2008 Literary Arts Fellowship and Residency
Sam J. Miller is a writer and a community organizer. His short stories and essays have appeared in literary journals such as The Minnesota Review, Fiction International, Fourteen Hills, Permafrost, and Monkeybicycle. He has been nominated twice for a Pushcart Prize. At his day job, Sam has organized homeless people to successfully fight for changes to New York City and state housing policy. He also coordinated the writing of a major housing report that has been made required reading in urban planning courses at Columbia University—and has been banned in New York State prisons. Visit him at and/or drop him a line at

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