I have learned to refuse to know for certain what everyone takes for granted. I acknowledge ownership if not understanding of my journey.

My Time in Prison and What I Learned There

Prison changes a man. Trust me. I am a more difficult person. New mental constructs are both difficult to formulate and consume. The time it takes to ‘set the table’ with context bores people and you lose…

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Father, attorney, essayist, autodidact, and active manager who found the courage to create through the chrysalis of San Quentin prison.

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Wayne Boatwright

Wayne Boatwright

Father, attorney, essayist, autodidact, and active manager who found the courage to create through the chrysalis of San Quentin prison.

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