4 P.M. Count selected for Best Anthology

Washington Independent Review of Books Best Anthology 4 P.M. Count, from Federal Prison Camp Yankton (10th anniversary issue), edited by Jim Reese. 375 pages. The… Read More

Ten Years of “4 p.m. Count” With Jim Reese

Listen to Jim Reese on In the Moment … March 1, 2018 Show 287 Hour 2: http://listen.sdpb.org/post/ten-years-4-pm-count-jim-reeseRead More

NEA Program At Federal Prison Camp Celebrates 10 Years

Publishes 10th Anniversary Issue Of Creative Writing Anthology 4PM Count Mount Marty College (MMC) in Yankton and Federal Prison Camp Yankton recently celebrated 10 years… Read More

Springfield Prison Inmates Rebuild Their Lives Through Education

GED A New Start – Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan Read the article here:  http://www.yankton.net/community/article_e3f00f3a-c5ce-11e7-a565-5fb24a87723f.htmlRead More

Art Talk with Artist-in-Residence Jim Reese

A Decade of Learning at Federal Prison Camp Yankton: Art Talk with Artist-in-Residence Jim Reese National Endowment for the Arts Blog Read the article here:… Read More

Jim Reese reads “Thunder and Lightning” on SDPB Radio

South Dakota Public Broadcasting: In The Moment … June 16, 2017 Show 116 Hour 1 Jim Reese reads “Thunder and Lightning” Listen here, 3rd audio… Read More

Jim Reese on SDPB Radio

South Dakota Public Broadcasting: Moment in Sound launches a new feature this week. Tune in every Friday for poetry read by South Dakota poets. Today… Read More

Reese’s work appears on Poets and Artists iPoem

James Reese is a poet who keeps American tradition alive with humor and insight. He’s born and bred, teaches in the Great Plains, and captures… Read More

Washington Independent Review of Books

BEST ANTHOLOGY 4 P.M. Count: A Journal from Federal Prison Camp Yankton, edited by Dr. Jim Reese. National Endowment for the Arts Interagency Initiative with… Read More