Sam J. Miller
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Sam J. Miller joined the staff at Picture the Homeless in 2004, as the housing organizer. He subsequent became the lead organizer and is currently the Communications Director at Picture the Homeless.
His proudest Picture the Homeless moments include getting arrested in a midnight protest in Central Park, and coordinating the writing of a major report that was required reading in urban planning courses at Columbia University—and was banned in New York State prisons.
He was born and raised in Hudson, New York. In his life outside of work he is happily married and an award-winning science fiction writer. His debut novel The Art of Starving, was one of NPR’s Best Books of the Year. His latest book, Blackfish City was released in the Spring of 2018.