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Many types of articles, including several in newspapers and magazines, have been written about Changing Lives Through Literature from the beginning (1991).

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Program seeks to change lives through literature
New Bedford Standard Times
August 9, 2004

Work with literature program earns UMD professor award
New Bedford Standard Times
March 1, 2004

Reading Sentences: Judge Joseph Dever and Changing Lives Through Literature
By Ryan Stellabotte
Fordham Magazine
Fall 2003

The Challenge of Radical Sentencing: Erasing the Chasm between the Bench and the Dock
By Wendy Robertson and Avril Joy
March 2000

Probationers use books to find a new future
By Claudia Feldman
Houston Chronicle
July 8, 2001

Book is mightier than pen
By Michael Baker
The Facts
March 20, 2004

Knowledge Transfer: Model Community Counseling Program uses Literature to Help Change Lives (pdf)
By Beth Hines
CSSD Chronicle (Connecticut Court Support Services Division)
May 15, 2003

Program seeks to change lives through literature
The New Bedford Standard Times
August 9, 2004

Citations for additional articles:

Changing Lives Through Reading
By Elaine Bessier
The Sun Newspaper
April 24, 2003

The Right Path
The Olathe Daily News
Dec 5, 2000

Changing Lives Through Literature
By Lisa Waterman Gray
The Sun Newspaper

Johnson County District Judge Bids Adieu to Courthouse
By Tony Rizzo
The Kansas City Star
December 5, 2002

The Mercy of the Court
By Elizabeth Dinan
North Shore Sunday
July 15, 2001

Great Thinkers to Find a New Future
By Claudia Feldman
Houston Chronicle
July 8, 2001

Turning Over a New Leaf
By Alice Dembner
The Boston Globe
August 5, 1993

Prison Experiment: Sentenced to Read
By Tom Condon
The Hartford Courant News
January 20, 2003

Staying Out of Jail with Book's Help
By David Holmstrom
The Christian Science Monitor
May 30, 1995

Books-or-Jail Program Grows
By Alice Dembner
The Boston Globe

From Literature, the Inspiration to Give Up Lives of Crime
The New York Times
June 10, 1993

For These Female Offenders, It's Read or Do Time
By Elizabeth Mehren



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