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Wayne Miller is an American poet who teaches in the English department at the University of Central Missouri, where he co-edits Pleiades: A Journal of New Writing a collection of poetry, fiction, essays and reviews from around the world. He currently lives in Kansas City, Missouri.
Miller is the author of Only the Senses Sleep, the winner of the 2007 William Rockhill Nelson Award, as well as the translator of I Don't Believe In Ghosts, a collection of Albanian poet Moikom Zeqo's works. He is the editor of New European Poets with Kevin Prufer. Miller is anticipating the March release of his newest poetry anthology, The Book of Props.
Miller has received the Lucille Medwick Memorial Award (2004, 2005, and 2007), the George Bogin Memorial Award, a Ruth Lilly Fellowship and the Bess Hokin Prize from the Poetry Foundation, and the Lyric Poetry Award from the Poetry Society of America.