The Lawrence Transplant Foundation
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G. Wayne Miller
G. Wayne Miller is a 1976 graduate of Harvard College and has been a staff writer for almost 25 years at The Providence (R.I.) Journal. He has won many awards in journalism; along with other writers at The Journal, he was a finalist for the 2004 Pulitzer Prize in Community Service for coverage of The Station nightclub fire that killed 100 people and injured more than 200 in February 2003. Miller is the author of a novel and six critically acclaimed works of narrative non-fiction, including Toy Wars, Men and Speed, King of Hearts, Coming of Age, The Work of Human Hands, and The Xeno Chronicles, a two-year chronicle of the transplantation work of Dr. David H. Sachs. Miller is married To Alexis Magner Miller, daily features editor of The Journal, and they are the parents of three children. The Millers live in Pascoag, R.I. Visit Miller at http://www.gwaynemiller.com
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