Lancaster Newspaper Explores "A Place of Truth"

Lancaster New Era’s Entertainment section features full page story about the making of “A Place of Truth.”

   “Barrett Rudich was walking down the street by Powell’s Books in Portland, Ore., on Sept. 10, 2011 when he saw a young woman sitting in a chair on the sidewalk, perched in front of a small typewriter. Abi Mott, who grew up in Lancaster, was busking — a common enough practice in larger cities — but she wasn’t singing or playing an instrument on the street. She was writing poetry”…

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