You've been a trucker, mama, but you done run me down: a collection of reflections on prison life, 1972
Scope and Contents
You've been a trucker, mama, but you done run me down is a collection of poems, essays (some autobiographical), and drawings by inmates in the Minnesota State Reformatory at St. Cloud, and edited by two students in St. John's School of Theology and Seminary. Contributors are: Bud Bright, Wayne Buckanaga, Rod Drager, Ray Gilliver, Rick Holland, Gary Jolliff, Keith Martinez, Steve O'Reilly, Ed Tiessen, Rick Waasdorp, and Chuck Rannow, Larry Thoma, Winthrop L. Vinson.
1 Item : 73 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Language of Materials
PN171.P73 Y6 1972
065/5 (Box 3:03)
University Archives copy inscribed by the author.
- Graham, William C. McCarthy, Eugene J. Varia (Person)
- Dory, Mike (Person)
Part of the Saint John's University Archives and Special Collections Repository
P O Box 2500
Collegeville Minnesota 56321 United States