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Inmate Blogger

This site is a collection of blogs written by prison inmates. It serves as a platform which allows them to share their individual stories, opinions, talents, and their inner thoughts. I support, understand, and believe that writing can be a great source of rehabilitation, growth, and healing. InmateBlogger.com is managed by Suzie Bosko (suziebosko.com).

What Recovery Means To Me, by Josh Blount

First of all,  it means the opportunity for a second chance at living a meaningful,  productive life.   When I was in active addiction I was not the person I should have been.  I wasn’t the best father or husband I could have been.  My priorities became very turned […]

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by Rico Comer

My name is Rico Comer, I am writing to ask for assistance from anyone who may be able to assist me in receiving my EIP payment. Based on a United States Supreme Court ruling, incarcerated people are entitled to this stimulus payment, which under the cares act was […]

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by Samuel Jones

1-12-21,I lost my mother.Right now it hurts,but I know God will comfort me and my family.I never knew there was a pain this strong.I mean,the pain I feel right now is worst then being shot.In fact,I don’t think there is a pain greater than the one I feel […]

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Hope In The Ashes, by Josh Blount

Apologies for the silence the last few weeks. Life has been just a little bit complicated here, to say the least. We’ve had a stabbing and two huge E- Squad shakedowns along with the covid quarantine.  They found so many phones and other contraband during the raids, they […]

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by HARVEY BANNER

Tha Ave pt2 By: The Supreme Mujahid Ooh wee look at dem boys spinnin. That’s my main mans Wade right there, he got that cold azz caddie flip flop paint.Waddup doe?(what up doe)Y’all just gonna sit here waste time like this you know time is money and I […]

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by JOHNNIE COOK

hello!My name is Johnnie Cook. I am writing this blog regarding having contacted covid-19 and the mistreatment that those of us face when we complain or tested positive. We are house in a unit where I have no source to reach out to the outside world. The prison […]

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by Demetrius Arnold

Out of the abundance of the heart a man speaks. What does your heart profess to others, is it encouragement, is what you say deemed to be truthful? Is your heart filled with love, empathy, and genuine concern? Are the people that you come in contact with encouraged […]

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Parallel’s, by Charles Garrison

Poem what if these vaccines were merely poison and these books were merely lies imposed upon a child without heroes we desperately attempt to contrive searching for parallels which are similar they sinisterly use to divide with the addition of such misfortune our problems only multiply you see… […]

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