Tag Archives: Prison

I don’t want this poem to be about the death penalty, but it is

  I don’t want this poem to be about the death penalty, but it is By Rebecca Schumejda   Before my brother’s incarceration, I held many beliefs that I now grapple with; one is my once vehement view embracing an eye … Continue reading

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A Review of James and Jonathan Humphries’s Windham’s Rembrandt

A Review of James and Jonathan Humphries’s Windham’s Rembrandt By Ira Kelson Hatfield Several years ago, I found myself working weekends as a tech in a local drug rehab center in the Midwest. I was nineteen years old and fresh … Continue reading

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Location, Location, Location

My cousin, Mark Unger, finds himself unexpectedly in prison, and has turned to writing as a sanity outlet. This essay was one of this year’s winners in a creative writing competition sponsored annually by the Prison Creative Arts Program based … Continue reading

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