An anthology of writing from seven prisoners on Tennessee’s Death Row. At the time of publication, the men whose work appears on these pages have served a combined 175 years since sentencing, with two of the men having served more than 30 years each. While the death sentence is, for them, entirely pervasive, so too has each lived a life on the inside. This collection is a testament to that experience.
So I Can Live is edited by W. Scott Lyon, with writing by Gary Cone, David Duncan, Abu Ali Abdur Rahman, Donald Middlebrooks, Harold W. Nichols, Derrick Quintero and Akil Jahi.