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Brothers in Pen: Tragedy, Struggle and Hope

STORIES FROM SAN QUENTIN Foreword by Tobias Wolff A new anthology of fiction and creative non-fiction written in an ongoing writing workshop at San Quentin State Prison by twelve men, mostly Lifers, all serious writers. A strong theme emerging from … Continue reading

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San Quentin writing

New work from San Quentin writers is now available at http://www.lulu.com/content/1663453 or see all editions at http://stores.lulu.com/northblockpress

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Brothers in Pen: A Means of Escape

This is an anthology of short stories written in an ongoing writing workshop at San Quentin State Prison. Some stories are fiction, some memoir/creative non-fiction, and some a combination. If you’re looking for stories about rattlesnakes, Black Power, Santa’s demise, … Continue reading

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