On December 4, 2010, Interlochen Public Radio presented a special production of Lifelines: The World War II Story of Jack and Leda Miller. The collection of poems was written by Terry Wooten, directed by Lin Opgenorth and performed by students from Elk Rapids High School. The poems follow Jack Miller as he served in the US Army at the beginning of the war with Japan. He would eventually be taken prisoner and survive the Bataan Death March. Meanwhile, Leda, who married Jack just before he was shipped overseas, was stateside, splitting her time between her own family and Jack's, gathering information about Jack through radio reports and occasional letters from her husband.