Joe Loya, author of The Man Who Outgrew His Prison Cell: Confessions of a Bank Robber, does, indeed, have a story to tell. And, tell it with stunning power and grace he does. It is a complicated life of love, loss, tragedy, the eventual end of brutality that was the beginning of criminality and then full circle to taking charge of his own now joyful life.
Joe’s life is a lesson in what defines a successful and powerful manhood and a vivid example of what intelligence, goodness and a loving nature can do to heal deep wounds, to dissolve anger. Joe’s insights are remarkable, and his ability to laugh a gift as extraordinary as his life. His love letter? Plural, and they cannot help but be as powerful a statement as all of Joe’s life. I invite you to listen to an astounding story told by one exceptional man.