Born and raised in Fargo, North Dakota, Miller started screenwriting because he wanted to prove murder by wood chipper wasn’t as common as the Coen Brothers made it out to be (and because even imaginary friends in the Midwest didn’t want to play with the gay kid.) He writes gutsy, authentic, slice-of-life character studies about queer people in the midst of a major life transition. He was a quarterfinalist for the 2021 Academy Nicholl Fellowship, a semi-finalist for the HUMANITAS Carol Mendelsohn Fellowship, and is a two-time 2nd Rounder at Austin Film Festival.
After their long-awaited adoption falls through, an overachieving NICU nurse and his uninspired playwright husband find a terminally ill new-born abandoned on a New York City subway and must grapple with beginning a relationship they know will end in goodbye.
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