This site is a collection of blogs written by inmates. It serves as a platform which allows them to share their individual stories, opinions, talents, and their inner thoughts. You can lock up a man, but you can’t lock up their mind. We support, understand, and believe that writing can be a great source of rehabilitation, growth, and healing.

Blogging is such a positive alternative when compared to all the misconduct that goes on within prison. Please help spread the word about InmateBlogger.com.

(PLEASE  NOTE:  This site was previously called Stone City Blog. It has been re-named as: Inmate Blogger)

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  1. Thanks for the follow. It came because of the poem “The dark side” I wrote. I might need your help to write about a character I only knew because his children were in the school I worked for. Would you like to be part of my book about counseling in the Oregon Cascades? I think you would be a great resource! Let me know.

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    • Hi Susan. Thanks for your patience waiting for my response. I would love to help you in any way I can. Count me in! If you want direct contact with me, you may email me at JPay.com, or write me a letter (my address is on the Contact page) and ask me any & all questions.

      -Steven Jennings

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  2. Thank you for stopping by my page and following me. I am in the process of beginning to volunteer with one of the local prisons in Denver, CO. I am glad to hear about this initiative of posting entries that inmates write and that their voices are heard.

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  3. I am inspired by your vision, and congratulate you on turning it into a reality! You have done this because you can see beyound your prison walls! In fact your vision has reached us here in Thailand! It is clear that in doing what you are called to do, you undoubtedly help others find the way too. Clearly, you are a champion in God’s kingdom. Keep up the good work and thanks for following our blog!

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  4. Thanks for following The Well-Dressed Branch. You may have noticed that it doesn’t contain much horticulture information in the usual sense, but derives its title from Yeshua’s statement, “I am the vine, you are the branches.”

    Once you get into the Branch’s content you will soon discover a subtle irreverence toward church as we know it today; what we call, “church,” is is often the product of people very much like ourselves, spinning their traditions, commandments, rules and other requirements into a rock-solid dogma that displays little of Yeshua’s love, grace and mercy.

    Make no mistake; I love God’s church, meaning the brethren who have responded to our Savior’s sacrificial love by giving themselves freely to him as he did to us, with the result that they have passionately set themselves apart from the corrupt, world system, with its vain-pride-motivated, lust, greed, cruelty, ambition and oneupmanship,

    I hope The Well-Dressed Branch will encourage you and others to seek the sanctified life for which he created you.

    In Christ Jesus’ Love,

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  5. Thank you for following my blog, I hope that some of my blogs may be of help, your blog is really interesting creativity can be found anywhere and the blog is a wonderful opportunity to express what we feel , looking forward to following you …….Hasta pronto

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  6. I have just discovered this site thanks to Stephen Jennings, who has become a Follower of my own blog (blindfaithblindfolly.wordpress.com). I introduced myself to him by referring to the title of my self-published book “From Illusions to Illumination. The Itinerary of a Franciscan Priest from Catholicism to Atheism” and my favorite quotation : “The truth will make you free”. I did not tell him that I spent a couple of months myself in a prison. It was my first appointment, in fact, after being ordained a Franciscan priest, an educator in our Boys’ “Home” (!) near Melbourne, Australia, back in the early sixties. A militant atheist for the last forty years, I look forward to being enriched by the reflections of inmates who find meaning and a certain fulfillment in contributing, as I do, to a blog.

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    • You can help by letting inmates know about stone city blog. Spread the word. Our vision is to have thousands of inmates contributing to stone city blog. Blogging is such a positive alternative to hustling, gambling, shooting dope, and all the misconduct within the walls. Lets offer this outlet and see what happens.


  7. I started following you while back. Probably wrote to you or commented on some things. I’ve never been inside a prison but my mind is in one quite a few hours a day as I write my blog, “My Name Jamie. Life in Prison”. http://mynameisjamie.net, or other various things to do with the issue. You may be following it. I didn’t check. I research every angle and issue of being locked up – because of Jamie, who a few months ago was let out of ad seg, and for the first time in 9 years has phone privileges. I read your post about the shit in the shower guy. Yesterday I got a call from Jamie who just got a job – cleaning the showers. That kinda shed a whole new light on his job! After hundreds of letters I started this blog a year ago mainly to organize the different issues he’s had to deal with to write a book, which I started a couple weeks ago. He comes up for parole again in Oct ’16. My goal is to have this book done before his hearing in hopes of being able to use with his parole packet. If he did his entire time he would be out in 2023. Your writing is giving me a perspective on other dealings within that system. Thanks


  8. Hey there! I’ve been reading your site for some time now and finally got the bravery to go ahead and give you a shout out from
    Atascocita Tx! Just wanted to say keep up the fantastic work!


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