Various Articles & Editorial
"Demanding multiple readings to uncover its many layers, The Women of San Quentin emerges as one of those rare gems: a compassionate, uncompromising examination of violence that emerges from the voices of survivors themselves, and can therefore be poised to inform meaningful change if we take notice. The more that such thoroughly researched and well-crafted resources exist, the harder it is for us to plausibly deny that the treatment of trans female prisoners demands our attention and resistance
Image of Ask from my book "The Boy Who Was Not A Lesbian & Other True Stories " featured in May's Photography Monthly in The Guardian, UK
Please find translation to English in this document.
Click on link to read full article "When Women are Sentenced to Male Prisons" Sept 30, 2015 in East Bay Express
"Kristin Schreier Lyseggen, journalist, photographer and fine artist. Author of The Women of San Quentin: Soul Murder of Transgender Women in Male Prisons. And Ashley Diamond, a transgender woman and nonviolent offender who had sued Georgia corrections officials for failing to provide her medical treatment and safekeeping." on Letters & Politics with host Mitch Jeserich and producer Elizabeth Proehl. Aired on January 7, 2016.
by Toni Newman October 13, 2015
Oct 8, 2015
Wednesday, September 2 2015 Houston, Texas