Ryan M. Moser

Ryan M. Moser is a recovering addict from Philadelphia serving eight years in the Florida DOC for property crimes. Nominated for a 2020 Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net 2020, Moser writes a regular column for The Wild Word arts and culture magazine Other publications include The Crime Report, Truthout, The Marshall Project, Mississippi Quarterly, Upstreet Literary Magazine, December, Muse Literary Journal, Evening Street Review, Storyteller, 2020 PEN America Anthology, Santa Fe Literary Review, Google News, Prison Journalism Project, Hear Us: Covid Collection, University of Iowa Prison Project, Progressive, The Mindfulness Bell, medium.com, thestartup.com, and more. Ryan enjoys yoga, chess, and has two beautiful boys.

For People in Prison, Career Training Begins in a Virtual World

5 min read

Incarcerated folks are fighting fires, fixing cars and working in hospitals — all in virtual reality — so they’ll walk out of prison ready to hire.

Why I’ll Leave Prison Ready for a Green-Collar Career

8 min read

At the Florida prison where I reside, incarcerated folks are training each other for stable, well-paying jobs in sustainable industries.

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