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Brothers in Pen: Tragedy, Struggle, and Hope

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This anthology of fiction and creative non-fiction was written in an ongoing writing workshop at San Quentin State Prison by twelve men, mostly Lifers, all serious writers. A strong theme emerging from this collection is the nature of violence and its effects on human beings, and the kind of struggle required to turn violence around. The subtitle of this anthology, “Tragedy, Struggle, and Hope,” speaks to this kind of vision. However, the seriousness of the subject matter doesn’t mean these stories are all heavy and harsh. There is much humor, wisdom, complexity and hope to be found in these pages. You’ll encounter struggles of temptation and forgiveness, soul-searching inquiries into the past, tragic love stories, battle bots, psychogenic amnesia, first-person accounts of Black Power history, prehistoric family drama, gang cease-fires, tommyknockers, and much more. Foreword by Tobias Wolff.
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Product Details

Publisher
North Block Press
Published
November 3, 2011
Language
English
Pages
362
File Format
PDF
File Size
2.42 MB

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