G. Wayne Miller is an author, journalist, filmmaker, and director of Ocean State Stories, the non-profit, non-partisan news publication based at Salve Regina University’s Pell Center for International Relations and Public Policy that is devoted to in-depth coverage of issues of importance to Rhode Islanders.
Miller is also cofounder and director of the Story in the Public Square program, also based at the Pell Center. And he co-hosts and co-produces with Jim Ludes the national Telly-winning public-television and SiriusXM Radio show “Story in the Public Square.”
A full-time journalist since 1978, Miller has been honored for his work more than 50 times and was a member of the Providence Journal team that was a finalist for the 2004 Pulitzer Prize in Public Service. Three documentaries he wrote and co-produced have been broadcast on PBS, including "Coming Home," about veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, nominated in 2012 for a New England Emmy and winner of a regional Edward R. Murrow Award. His 21st book, "Unfit to Print: A Moden Media Satire," was published in September 2023. Visit Miller at www.gwaynemiller.com