"Public Secrets takes us inside the massive prison-industrial complex in central California, not as tourists but as witnesses, following Sharon Daniel as she herself witnesses the testimonies of women incarcerated in the Central California Women's Facility. These women narrate their experiences inside the prison while also giving an account of the structural conditions that reduced them to bare life, life that is without political value, life that is exposed to death. Daniel's critical commentary and theoretical reflections frame these testimonies, granting each its singularity while also articulating the systemic (il)logic of incarceration." -- from Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 2
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The Electronic Literature Collection Volume 2
Published in 2011 by Electronic Literature Organization.
The ELO gave this copy of the work to the Electronic Literature Lab in 2018.
Published in 2007 by Vectors in Volume 2, Issue 2.
This copy was given to the Electronic Literature Lab by Erik Loyer in November of 2021.
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