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Pariah Syntax: A Conversation with Byron Case

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Byron Case is currently housed in Crossroads Correctional Center in Missouri serving consecutive life sentences for a crime he did not commit.  Despite, his incarceration he has been writing dilligently, and publishing his work.  Today he is our guest on The Intended Life Radio to discuss his new book release, The Pariah's Syntax: Notes From an Innocent Man. 

On the show you'll hear an excerpt from his latest book, available at redbatbooks.com.  Byron is a very talented and intelligent writer, his latest release is a collection of short stories, and poems taken from his life as an outsider, in an honest and witty style.  I'll be interviewing Byron today about how creativity plays a role in his life at Crossroads, what he has to share with those on the "outside", and where the indomitable spirit can be found even when serving life sentences as an innocent man.  

To read more about Byron and his campaign for release you can go to FreeByronCase.org

You can also read regular submissions from Byron at Pariahblog.com

 

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