This reportage work of Sara Naomi Lewkowicz is a combination of chance and journalistic conviction. Planning to cover the return of former inmates to society, she entered the lives of Shane and Maggie just as he was released from prison. At first she captured scenes of family tenderness: Maggie with her two children on her lap, her cheeks pink with emotion, exchanging loving glances with Shane; Maggie, dressed up for one of their rare nights out, wrapped in Shane’s tattooed arms, leaning in for a passionate kiss.
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