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Around 2016 the Appalachian Prison Book Club (a non-profit organization that sends free books to incarcerated persons in a six-state region) extended efforts to reach readers inside prisons by supporting a men's book club at a medium security prison for just over two years. As a prison studies scholar and activist, I began working with APBP during the early years of my graduate studies and was offered the chance to co-facilitate the book club. In this essay I explore observations about labor,doi:10.33596/anth.387 fatcat:pkkuvezkk5gstenrqor7vdl2pe