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At Freebird Publishers, we offer an impressive selection of prisoner publications like resource books, guides, newsletters, and more. We invite you to check our blog frequently for featured publications. Choose from a selection of publications specifically for inmates to publications written by inmates. If you have any questions, please call us at 888-712-1987

January 4, 2016

The definition of a charlatan is: a person falsely claiming to have special knowledge or skill; a fraud. The charlatans of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries peddled health elixirs and alchemic shortcuts to wealth, while moving from town to town.

 

As prisoners, we...

November 18, 2015

My mother sent me to the store for a pack of cigarettes. In 1983, I was never carded, people just took things at face value, assuming an eight-year-old boy wasn’t addicted to nicotine, and if given a dollar, he most likely would spend it on a Hot Wheels car or a Bigfoo...

October 7, 2015

Up early on a Sunday morning, my dad and I drove to Swap & Shop, held every weekend at the old I-70 drive-in, a place where people from all over sell and barter goods—everything from clothes to animals.

The night before, my dad and I loaded a display table, mechanic too...

August 26, 2015

 

Growing up, I spent a number of weekends over at my cousin Joy’s house. Joy, like Huckleberry Finn, didn’t like to wear shoes. She played kickball without shoes, her long brown hair bouncing, her thick athletic body moving swiftly around the bases; she raced me up and...

August 5, 2015

“The world is what it is: Men who are nothing, who allow themselves to become nothing, have no place in it A Bend in the River.” -V.S. Naipaal

 

I recently had a conversation with another prisoner while waiting to see the doctor. With a look of dejection, he asked me if...

June 23, 2015

She awoke suddenly, afraid and soaked in sweat. Her bed was warm but there was a cold, soulless presence in her room, a presence that gave her an eerie feeling that she was being watched by a presence of pure evil, an evil that now chilled her from head to toe, despite...

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