Twice a year, Prison University Project publishes a newsletter, which includes commentary from the executive director, articles about current programs and student work.
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Is it Safe?
Editor Jennifer Scaife writes, “Sharing a personal essay in prison – where people often guard their feelings and memories closely, where privacy and physical safety are rarely taken for granted can be a life altering act.” Photographs by Heather Rowley. 63 pages, 2008.
“Prepare to be challenged, enlightened, disturbed, and even entertained by our contributors’ unique insights into their own reality and that of the world around them.” From the foreword by Randall S. Maluenda. Edited by Yahya Cooke, Juan M. Haines, Randall S. Maluenda, JulianGlenn Padgett, Aly Tamboura, and managing editor Briana Olson. 103 pages.
Reflections on Fatherhood
Essays and poems from PUP’s Creative Writing class are featured in this publication, along with photographs from the 2015 graduation at San Quentin.
Bio Lab Holiday Card 2014
Happy holidays from the Prison University Project! This card takes you behind the scenes to learn more about the Fall 2014 Introduction to Biology course from students, staff, and volunteers.