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I'll Fly Away: Further Testimonies From the: Lamb, Wally (Editor)

Lamb, Wally (Editor) and the Women of York Prison.

Published by Harper Books. (2007)

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From: Holly Books (Mansfield Center, CT, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Harper Books., 2007. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. Lamb, Wally (Editor, introduction) and the Women of York Correctional Institution. I'll Fly Away: Further Testimonies From the Women of York Prison. NY: Harper Books (2007). 1st Edition, 1st Printing. 8vo, xii, 258 pp. Black cloth and grey paper binding, silver lettering. Very Good copy, top rear corners bumped, in Fine dust jacket. Inscribed by the Author to "Connecticut Governor Jodi Rell, 9-12-07, with gratitude and good wishes." In addition, a postcard with front cover book illustration has been signed by Deborah Ranger and Kathleen Wyatt. Contains stories by Bonnie Jean Foreshaw, Robin Ledbetter, Deborah Ranger, "Savannah", Brendalis Medina, Chastity C. West, Kathleen Wyatt, Jennifer Rich, Carmen Ramos, Christina MacNaughton, Lynne M. Friend, Careen Jennings, Kimberly Walker, Lynda Gardner, Charissa Willette, Roberta Schwartz, Kelly Donnelly, Lisa White, Susan Budlong Cole, Barbara Parsons. The author went to the State House in September 2007 to petition the governor to allow the women of York Prison to receive royalties from the sale of this book. He got no farther than the formidable Chief of Staff Lisa Moody, who informed Mr. Lamb that the governor was not available, but that she (Lisa Moody) would see to it that the book and his message were delivered. Rell opposed convicts receiving royalties while imprisoned. One would suppose that the governator never saw this book. What Moody did with it is a reasonable question to ask her the next time you see her. Unique copy. March 2014, was contacted by someone who told me he was having lunch with Ms. Moody in a few days, and would ask her about this story. He later told me that Moody remembered meeting Wally Lamb, and presenting the book to Governor Rell. Inscribed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 000601

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