Writing Behind Bars

Written by Pat's Papers | Monday, 16 April 2012 9:14 AM


Arthur Longworth has won two national literary prizes since 2010. College students around the country are assigned his work. But Longworth hasn’t really had time to enjoy his success—he’s been behind bars since 1985 when he was found guilty of aggravated murder. A Seattle Times profile looks at Longworth’s strange path to literary glory.

SOURCE: Seattle Times

Share This Story

Tracker Pixel for Entry
 

 

Listen and Subscribe

Pat and Jamie Podcast

Pat and Jamie Podcast

Pat Kiernan and Jamie Stelter talk to New Yorkers about New York. Online and Live at 92Y.



Editor's Pick

Your Phone’s Blue Light is Ruining Your Sleep

Your Phone’s Blue Light is Ruining Your Sleep

The glow from your electronics can actually be disturbing your sleep.

calendar

From the Pat's Papers Archive: Today in History

August 30, 2015

Favorites

News

U.S. Newspapers

International Newspapers