Sharron Grodzinsky, contributor
A graphic and courageous view of prison and its effect on inmates is depicted through the poetry and art of Brett McKeehan, an inmate in a state prison. Seeing prison through Brett’s writing and art will open your eyes to what prison is like, and how long-term solitary confinement creates anger, depression, and even madness. Brett has spent most of his life in prison, due to his own actions, and takes full responsibility for those actions. He devoted his many years in solitary to writing about his feelings and depicting them in his intricate art.