Tales from a Jail Cell: Words That Feel
This riveting, honest, and important collection of poems offers an inside view of what life is like behind the prison walls of the Arkansas Penitentiary. Geared towards young men who may be contemplating a life of crime, author Stevie Cannon speaks about the choices they have in life, and all of the ramifications of imprisonment, for both themselves and for their families. Through these poems, Stevie Cannon puts himself in the shoes of men that will never experience freedom again, some of whom have made the ultimate mistake in committing the crime of murder. About the Author: Stevie Cannon grew up in a rough neighborhood in Memphis, Tennessee, and now lives in Fort Smith, Arkansas. He has written four other books and is working on his next. His work is motivated by his commitment to help young men to do the right thing and stay out of prison. Publisher's Website: http: //sbpra.com/StevieCannon
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