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Mural Speaks!

by Ben Miller

For two years I’ve been on an unusual mission. It involves collecting translations of the famous American poem “The Red Wheelbarrow” (William Carlos Williams) in each of the 140 plus languages currently spoken in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. 857 more words

Essays

FMB DATABASE/LIBRARY OF REMEMBRANCE AND HUMAN RIGHTS

One of the professional blessings of this year has been my deepening collaboration with historian Irmtrud Wojak, Frieda L. Miller Fellow at The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study (2014-15) and managing director of the nonprofit BUXUS STIFTUNG GmbH. 251 more words

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Judges Review by Eugene Alejandro

Judges is a self-published comic created and written by Ben Miller that features artwork by Cory Hamscher, lettering by Marshall Dillon, and coloring by Sean Forney and Thomas Mason, and is a story about three “Judges” (Jep, Deborah, and Ehud) who kill demons disguised as humans. 354 more words

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ARGUS LEADER OP-ED

Here is a link to an opinion piece of mine that appeared earlier this week in the Argus Leader, South Dakota’s largest newspaper:

http://www.argusleader.com/story/opinion/voices/2016/11/14/voice-mural-speaks-update/93809152/

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Map A Mo, Save A Bro: Ben Miller takes challenge to map a giant Mo across the South of England

Author: Movember

Tomorrow (Wednesday, Novemebr 16, 2016, op: PD.), Mo Bro Ben Miller will take on an epic Move challenge in an attempt to map a giant Mo across the South of England. 319 more words

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Richard's portraits and scoliosis....

While searching for the actor Ben Miller’s association with scoliosis (he had a corrective operation when a child) I came upon the following article, which (I think) he has written. 56 more words

Richard III

CORNELL COLLEGE CONVOCATION REMARKS, OCTOBER 22, 2016

On receiving the school’s Leadership and Service Award from the Alumni Association, I made these brief comments:

Whenever I sit down to work on an essay or a short story, whenever I lift this growing binder of translations of ‘The Red Wheelbarrow’—my next choices are informed by the rigorous training I received here at Cornell College. 261 more words

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