(E–pub READ) [Hummingbird in Underworld]

  • Paperback
  • 256
  • Hummingbird in Underworld
  • Deborah Tobola
  • en
  • 17 May 2019
  • 9781631525056

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READ Hummingbird in Underworld DOWNLOAD ð Hummingbird in Underworld Deborah Tobola ã 1 DOWNLOAD At the age of forty five Deborah Tobola returns to her birthplace San Luis Obispo to work in the very prison her father worked in when he was a student at Cal Poly But she's not wearing a uniform as he did; she's there to teach creative writing and manage the prison's arts program a dream job As she creates a theatre program for prisoners Tobola finds plenty of drama o. Hummingbird in Underworld is a slim memoir about Deborah Tobola s experiences teaching in a men s prisonDeborah begins this new job in her old hometown Her father worked in the same prison She s teaching creative writing and managing the prison s art programDeborah is forthright with what she finds and all she learns The bureaucracy and politics of what should happen versus what actually happens in the prison are a constant battle She writes about some of the men she meets in the prison Their stories are endearing and powerfulThe book alternates between Tobola s life story and her experience in the prison I found Hummingbird in Underworld memorable enlightening and disarming It s not something we think about often what daily life is like inside a prison I m grateful for Deborah s insight and important workI received a complimentary copy All opinions are my ownMy reviews can also be found on my blog wwwjennifertarheelreadercom

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READ Hummingbird in Underworld DOWNLOAD ð Hummingbird in Underworld Deborah Tobola ã 1 DOWNLOAD Robber; Razor the roughneck who subscribes to The New Yorker; charismatic Green Eyes who really has blue eyes; Doo Wop a singer known for the desserts he creates from prison fare Alternating between tales of creating drama in prison and Tobola's own story Hummingbird in Underworld takes readers on an unforgettable literary journey one that is frank funny and fascinati. A look at the California Correctional System through the eyes and actions of an artist The author has survived a very dysfunctional life and yet has gone on to bring hope to the incarcerated through the arts I particularly enjoyed the themes of the plays that she and her team created I know nothing about poetry nor do I understand all its hidden nuances but I did like Red Door it sort of summed up the whole bookA nice change from my usual reading habits Wood Pallet Projects: Cool and Easy-to-Make Projects for the Home and Garden (Fox Chapel Publishing) Learn How to Upcycle Pallets to Make One-of-a-Kind Furniture & Accessories, from Boxes to a Ukulele known for the desserts he creates from prison fare Alternating between tales of creating drama in prison and Tobola's own story Hummingbird in Underworld takes readers on an unforgettable literary journey one that is frank funny and fascinati. A look at the California Correctional System through the eyes and actions of an artist The author has survived a very dysfunctional life and yet has gone on to bring hope to the incarcerated through the arts I particularly enjoyed the themes of the plays that she and her team created I The Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Depression, 2nd Edition: Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to Move Through Depression and Create a Life Worth Living know nothing about poetry nor do I understand all its hidden nuances but I did like Red Door it sort of summed up the whole bookA nice change from my usual reading habits

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READ Hummingbird in Underworld DOWNLOAD ð Hummingbird in Underworld Deborah Tobola ã 1 DOWNLOAD Ff the stage as well Inside the razor wire she finds a world frozen in the '50s with no contact with the outside except by telephone; officers who think prisoners don't deserve programs; bureaucrats who want to cut arts funding; and inmates who steal or worse But she loves engaging prisoners in the arts and helping them discover their voices men like Opie the gentleman. I found the author s personal life to be far interesting than her stories about working in a prison I maintained hope that the prison side of her life would take off in the book or go somewhere but it plodded along with no real tension or arc to the story Her personal life was what interested me