Prison Writing: A Collection of Fact, Fiction and Verse, Issue 15; Issue 2001

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Julian Broadhead, Laura Kerr
Waterside Press, Jan 1, 2000 - Literary Collections - 192 pages
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A collection of writing by people in prison and connected to prisons: creative and challenging - one of two special Waterside Press editions. 'A remarkable anthology which will interest everyone concerned with the fate of prisoners and anxious to see their conditions improved': Michael McMullan, Justice of the Peace. 'This fascinating and very readable collection of fact, fiction and verse is the fifteenth issue edited and produced by two probation officers from Sheffield. We are fortunate that they have found a new publisher in Waterside Press to continue giving prisoners (and others), an opportunity to do something wich all writers crave - find an audience to communicate their feelings and experiences... The contributors give deeply personal insights into the nature of their world and prove that imagination and talent are incapable of being destroyed if people are ready to develop them... This anthology deserves to be read... by everyone who is interested in new writers experimenting with the development of their talent. Each piece is different and compelling: David Underhill, The Magistrate.

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About the author (2000)

The author, Julian Broadhead, was the co-founder and editor of Prison Writing journal from 1992-2002. A probation officer for almost twenty-five years, he has been a regular contributor to the New Law Journal since 1992 and has also written for The Times. In 2002 he was awarded a Cropwood Fellowship at the Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University, where he began the research that led to Unlocking The Prison Muse.

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