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Life Inside October 10
“Saying goodbye with the people who loved him—and me—I remember that I am not the tomb that imprisons me.”
Life Inside September 26
“I’m hungry to make meaning out of destruction.”
Life Inside September 19
“The runaways, the mobsters, the pimps—they saw me as someone credible, someone who didn’t judge them.”
Life Inside September 5
“The typing room is where the optimism of naive, hopeful, recently incarcerated inmates goes to die.”
Life Inside August 29
“If you move the wrong way—ticket. You look the wrong way—ticket. Breathe—ticket.”
Life Inside August 22
“Together we prayed and talked about who this girl might have been—and who she might have become.”
Looking Back August 19
A Nebraska couple fighting to marry behind bars wouldn’t be the first: Three decades ago, two prisoners took their bid to marry all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Life Inside August 8
“Down in a wastewater-treatment pit, I kept furiously shoving the black liquid toward the pump, with a squeegee.”
Life Inside July 18
“What neither of us knew was that coming to prison would create new worlds for me to build.”
Life Inside June 11
“In a way, it was like seeing myself clearly for the first time.”