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The Voice of the Convict.

Publisher and editor Richard Stratton of the magazine Prison Life. The magazine is written for and about prisoners, and includes such regular features as In Cell Cooking and Cellmate of the Month. It also includes legal advice, medical and health tips, and fiction, poetry, and art by prisoners and ex-prisoners. Stratton spent eight years in prison for pot smuggling. This year HBO began a series of documentaries on life behind bars with the Prison Life magazine.

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Other segments from the episode on September 11, 1995

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, September 11, 1995: Interview with Richard Stratton; Commentary on debuting television shows and the 47th Primetime Emmy Awards.

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