Prisoner Express Newsletter

Every six months a new edition of Prisoner Express News is created and sent free of charge to men and women incarcerated throughout the United States.

Click here to see the current newsletter, or keep reading to learn more. At the bottom of this page are past issues.

The Prisoner Express newsletter contains selected  art, writing and poetry submitted by prisoners from the previous programming cycle and explains what how new members can begin participating in Prisoner Express.

Thousands of newsletters folded, addressed, and ready to go out.
Thousands of newsletters folded, addressed, and ready to go out.

Here's how it works:

Along with writings and content provided by prisoners, the newsletter also lists all the upcoming programs and contains a sign-up sheet. Prisoners return the form with their selected interests to enroll in various programs.

Through the newsletter we seek to provide hope where there is often only despair. Our mission is to celebrate and highlight the common humanity we all share and invite the prisoners to join us in a journey of discovery and skill building. It is a needed link to a world outside of daily prison life that encourages skill and character building.

PE Newsletter Enrollment

If you are incarcerated and you provide a physical address you will receive the next newsletter in the cycle. If you join with your email you will receive a PDF link as soon as it's available. You'll be able to read selections from our various programs and learn more about what is being offered.

You can enroll someone you know who's incarcerated, or you can simply subscribe for yourself. If you want to get the newsletter via email, sign up here:

Past Newsletters:

Here are some of the past newsletter issues, all available for download and printing. These newsletters are intentionally designed to fit as much content as possible on the page – and limited in contrast and color so they can be easily printed and even photocopied.

Fall 2011

Fall 2011 Newsletter

Spring 2011

Spring 2011 Newsletter

Fall 2010

Fall 2010 Newsletter

Spring 2010

Spring 2010 Newsletter

Fall 2009

Fall 2009 Newsletter

Spring 2009

Spring 2009 Newsletter

Summer 2008

Summer 2008 Newsletter

Summer 2007

Summer 2007 Newsletter

Winter 2007

Winter 2007 Newsletter

Winter 2006

Winter 2006 Newsletter

Summer 2005

Summer 2005 Newsletter

Winter 2005

Winter 2005 Newsletter

Summer 2004

Summer 2004 Newsletter

Winter 2004

Winter 2004 Newsletter