The Love of a Good Woman: A Visit to Alcatraz
“This is doing time. This is giving away a piece of your life. If I did get fixed, it wasn’t jail that did the fixing.”
Amaryllis Gacioppo is an Australian writer. Currently she is undertaking a PhD in creative writing with Monash University and the University of Bologna. Her short stories and essays have appeared or are forthcoming in Award Winning Australian Writing, Going Down Swinging, Two Serious Ladies, 3:AM, and elsewhere.
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