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.


(This site is managed by Suzie Jennings.)




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  1. Everyone has a purpose in life. We lose sight of that sometimes. A wise man once told me: “Sometimes, when you are up to your armpits in alligators, it’s hard to remember you went into the swamp to drain it.”
    Looking forward to reading some of you experiences.
    Peace be with you.

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  2. Thank you for following my blog. Trigger Warning: some of the vignettes from childhood traumas may be triggering for some folks. Other folks find them powerful tools, within the objective of growing awareness about the epidemic and its lifelong consequences. One of those consequences, sadly, being the school-to-prison-pipeline. Awareness and understanding lag far behind the science. Your support is greatly appreciated.

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  3. Thank you for following my blog. I love the idea of this blog, especially since my best friend started out as an inmate pen-pal. We wrote to each other for well over 12 years and he often wished he had a way to vent out and let people know how prison life can affect a person. Now, since he is recently off parole, he is doing really great. We keep in contact a lot now via social media and are hoping to meet for the first time in July in almost 14 years of just writing to each other.

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