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Arthur Longworth is incarcerated in Washington state. While inside, he has taught himself Mandarin Chinese and Spanish, which he now teaches at a college level to other prisoners. He is also a multiple winner of the PEN Prison Writing competition.
March 18, 2020
What Coronavirus Quarantine Looks Like in Prison
“I cannot help but linger on the faces of the elderly prisoners and think about how they are unlikely to survive this.”
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January 29, 2016
What It’s Like to Be Moved From Cell to Cell, Prison to Prison
An endless shuffle takes a toll.
May 26, 2015
Raised, and Imprisoned, by the State
A prisoner and former foster child on the kids he knew — and the inmates they became.