Prison Poetry Workshop Short Podcasts

Luis Rodriguez

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We went to interview Luis Rodriguez simply because his writing was referenced by so many of the incarcerated writers we met and interviewed. Rodriguez is a cultural worker, activist, and poet. His best-known work, Always Running: La Vida Loca, Gang Days in L.A., was read by many of the people we interviewed.

Workshop with Judith Tannenbaum

Luis Rodriguez 11:03

Patrick Mathieu 9:00

Workshop with Victoria Sammartino

Poets of Mt. McGregor 21:03

Living in the D.: Shaun Moore-Bey 6:21

Broadside Press 13:41

Workshop with Buzz Alexander 4:59

The Poets of Cooper Street Correctional Facility 11:25

Reginald Dwayne Betts 12:41

Workshop with Norbert Krapf 4:26

Incarcerated Louisana Women Singing for Hope 9:40

Workshop with Reginald Dwayne Betts 5:43

Patrick Young Story 8:32

Huddie William Ledbetter “Lead Belly” 10:10

Louisiana State Penitentiary 14:34

New Orleans 7:32

Randall Horton: D.C. Years

Free Minds Book Club and Writing Workshop 19:19

Judith Tannenbaum

The Poets of San Quentin

Lomax’s and prison poetry

Randall Horton 8:13

Alabama Department of Youth Services 7:38

Workshop with Kyes Stevens 5:31

Alabama Prison Arts and Education Project 13:53

Sounds are calling me

Fenced Jewels 9:00

Call and Response 8:00