The reality of prison changed me in more ways than even I understand.

THE HAMMER, FLATHEAD & PHILLIPS: Relearning PSYCHIC building tools in prison

From fear not felt since I was a toddler to awe too-long-absent from my middle-class life before I spent six years at San Quentin State Prison.

I really struggle to explain to people what I’ve learned in prison. To be honest, most don’t really want to know — their…

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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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