Volume 36, Number 3, March/April 2015

Table of Contents

Focus: Prison Writing

Introduction to Focus: Prison Writing

p. 3
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Prison Literature, Then and Now

p. 4
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Heroin Kingpins of the Motor City

pp. 4-5
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A Manifesto on African American Prison Literature

p. 6
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Becoming Whole Again

p. 7
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The Prison Reflections of Antonio Gramsci

p. 8
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Future: Journey to the End of Life

Leaving a Mark

pp. 9-10
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The Oldest Sound

pp. 10-11
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Moss, Mud, & Robot Limbs

p. 11
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Feature: On Writers & Critics

Mapping Theory

pp. 12-13
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Burroughs across Borders

pp. 13-14
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Expanding Concentricity

p. 14
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Pound of Flesh

p. 15
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Book Reviews

To Witness the Last Days

p. 16
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Field of Dreams

p. 17
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A New American History

p. 18
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Small Packages

p. 19
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Shakespeare Remastered

p. 20
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The Better to Transform You With

pp. 20-21
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Underdogs

pp. 21-22
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Road to Extinction

pp. 22-23
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Identity/Politics

pp. 23-24
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Broken Mirrors

p. 25
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Hearing Silence

p. 26
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How True are our Emotions?

p. 29
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Departments

The Boulevard of Broken Dreams: Self-Publishing in America II

pp. 2-30
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From Our Own

p. 28
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Scenes: Arte Público Press: an interview with Marina Tristán

p. 31
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