book of women prisoners’ writings from Vermont
released September 2013
The BOOK READING at Middlebury College
on Saturday April 5 was attended by about 60 justice-related professionals, students, faculty and interested local residents. We are currently looking to plan other readings around Vermont and New England. If you wish to host a reading, please contact us.
AND – if you like what you read – please consider leaving a customer review on our Amazon page!
These straight-from-the-gut writings by incarcerated women will break your heart and put it back together again. - Sr. Helen Prejean, author, Dead Man Walking
These are radical, revolutionary voices because they dare us to do what society insists we must not: listen to and care about those who have been cast out and locked away.
- Michelle Alexander, legal scholar & author, The New Jim Crow:
Mass Incarceration in the Age of Color Blindness