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#1676: Writings from incarcerated individuals | The Best Of Our Knowledge

I’m Telling You Now, Wherever You Are: An Adirondack Correctional Facility Anthology of Writing is published by the Adirondack Center for Writing
Adirondack Center for Writing
I’m Telling You Now, Wherever You Are: An Adirondack Correctional Facility Anthology of Writing is published by the Adirondack Center for Writing

On the next episode of the Best of Our Knowledge we'll learn about a new anthology of creative writings by incarcerated individuals in Northern New York. And, in a seasonal project, attempt pressing apple cider at home.

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Lucas Willard is a reporter and host at WAMC Northeast Public Radio, which he joined in 2011.
Josh Landes has been WAMC's Berkshire Bureau Chief since February 2018, following stints at WBGO Newark and WFMU East Orange. A passionate advocate for Western Massachusetts, Landes was raised in Pittsfield and attended Hampshire College in Amherst, receiving his bachelor's in Ethnomusicology and Radio Production. His free time is spent with his cat Harry, experimental electronic music, and exploring the woods.
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