ReSentencing Journal

About ReSentencing

The ReSentencing Journal is a collection of poems, stories, essays, and visual art pieces compiled into a beautiful book. The journal highlights art created by currently and formerly incarcerated individuals and acts as a platform for creative expression. This project seeks to represent and re-imagine the experience of imprisonment and freedom in the U.S. from a personal point of view from the perspective of people who have extraordinary talent and a tremendous amount to teach.

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We are proud to announce that the first volume of ReSentencing has been distributed to all contributors (August 2022).

CORRESPONDENCE BY MAIL AND EMAIL: We ask for your patience. If you are a contributor who has not yet sent an address with instructions for the stipend, please email us at resentencing@tufts.edu or mail us at ReSentencing, 163 Packard Avenue., Medford, MA 02155

 

Gary Haddock’s “In the Labyrinth”

 

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Submissions are evaluated by established writers, artists, and scholars, some affiliated with NYU, MIT, Tufts, U Mass, and Yale. The ReSentencing advisory board includes Reginald Dwayne Betts, George Chochos, Michelle Daniel Jones, Helen Elaine Lee, Sandra Lim and ZZ Packer, among other artists and writers.