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Ann Walmsley is a magazine journalist whose work has appeared in The Globe and Mail and Maclean's. She is the recipient of four National Magazine Awards, a Canadian Business Journalism Award and two International Regional Magazine Awards. She founded her first book club at age nine.
'This book is a testament to what reading together can do in prison...Walmsley shows how reading and rehabilitation can go hand-in-hand'. * TLS * 'Reveals the redemptive power of reading, with unexpected and morally acute insights'. * The Lady * 'I loved this book! What a powerful testament to the magic of story-telling.' * Jeannette Walls, author of The Glass Castle * `Explores the intriguing tension between the lives of incarcerated men and the liberating effects of reading great books. A terrific read that offers a glimpse into a world that is at once constricted yet capable of great emotional generosity.' * Steven Galloway, author of The Cellist of Sarajevo and The Confabulist * `A soulful exploration of men's hearts and minds, The Prison Book Club offers a unique window into inmates' lives. Funny and full of insight, Walmsley brings her best to the job at hand, winning us with tenderness. A wonderful read.' * Ann Dowsett Johnston, author of the bestselling Drink: The Intimate Relationship Between Women and *