We are proud to announce that “Federal Prison Handbook: The Definitive Guide to Surviving the Federal Bureau of Prisons” has been named a Finalist in the Colorado Independent Publishers Association 2018 EVVY Awards. We are honored to have made it through as a finalist amongst so many talented authors. We want to thank the Colorado
The term “gadfly” was used by Plato in the Apology to describe Socrates’s relationship of to the Athenian political scene, which he compared to a slow and dimwitted horse. Essentially, Socrates was a goad, a poignant reminder of right and wrong. So a gadfly is someone who upsets the existing state of affairs by asking
After many hard months of work, I’m proud to announce that my latest book, College for Convicts: The Case for Higher Education in American Prisons, is now available for pre-order through my publisher McFarland and Company. This book presents the arguments for expanding educational offerings to prison inmates in the U.S. and abroad, explores successful
While it is still early yet, I have an announcement to make concerning my book Education Behind Bars: A Win-Win Strategy for Maximum Security. As you know, Sunbury Press published this title in early 2012 to rave reviews from the prison presses. Since its publication, we’ve been approached by several publishers, who are enthusiastic to give this project new life and enhanced exposure; two of which are McFarland and Company and Prisology. I’d like to touch upon both today.
As you know from previous posts, I decided to divide Education Behind Bars into two books: one for academics and one for prisoners. This way both texts could be completely revised and updated, then more effectively marketed to their target markets. Well, the revisions are now complete on both books and publishing contracts have been signed for both, too.
McFarland and Company picked up the academic book and are publishing it under the title College for Convicts: The Case for Higher Education in American Prisons. And Prisology has picked up the prisoner correspondence guide, which is tentatively titled College for the Incarcerated. Both publishers seem enthusiastic about the projects.
If you’re interested in the academic version (for the general public and law makers), please head over to McFarland and Company’s sales page for College for Convicts, where you can pre-order your copy today. This book will be out either late this year or early next year.
By Christopher Zoukis As all of you know, several months ago I signed a contract with McFarland and Company for my book on college for prisoners, College for Convicts: The Case for Higher Education in American Prisons. This book presents the current state of prison education, the reasons why policy makers and the American public
By Randy Radic Image courtesy amazon.com Last week AND Magazine ran an interview with PrisonEducation.com founder Christopher Zoukis. In the interview, Mr. Zoukis discusses his latest ebook project, the Directory of Federal Prisons. You can read the interview by clicking on the below link: Christopher Zoukis’ AND Magazine Interview If you haven’t had a
Middle Street Publishing Releases Prisons Facility Directory by Prison Education Advocate Christopher Zoukis and Dr. Randall Radic
Announcing the release of the ‘Directory of Federal Prisons: PrisonLawBlog.com’s Federal Bureau of Prisons Facility Directory.’
‘Directory of Federal Prisons: PrisonLawBlog.com’s Federal Bureau of Prisons Facility Directory’
This electronic guidebook enables [anyone] to quickly locate the contact information and inmate correspondence address of every prison within the Federal Bureau of Prisons and every private prison which houses federal inmates.
SULLIVAN’S ISLAND, SC (PRWEB) March 01, 2014
Middle Street Publishing recently released the ‘Directory of Federal Prisons: PrisonLawBlog.com’s Federal Bureau of Prisons Facility Directory’ (ISBN-13: 978-0-9913-3020-1) by Christopher Zoukis and Dr. Randall Radic.
The ‘Directory of Federal Prisons’ is a comprehensive, yet succinct, guide to the contact information and basic character profile information of every prison within the Federal Bureau of Prisons, plus all private prisons under contract with the Federal Bureau of Prisons to house federal inmates. It is an essential guide for everyone who knows anyone incarcerated within the Federal Bureau of Prisons, and sets the standard for basic character profiles and contact information for the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
This electronic guidebook enables attorneys, family members and friends of federal prisoners, journalists, government officials, prison volunteers, and members of the general public to quickly locate the contact information and inmate correspondence address of every prison within the Federal Bureau of Prisons and every private prison which houses federal inmates.
By Randall Radic In 2012, Sunbury Press published his book, Education Behind Bars: A Win-Win Strategy for Maximum Security. In 2014, not only is his latest text, the Directory of Federal Prisons, being published by Middle Street Publishing — of which I’m a co-author — but he also recently signed a contract with McFarland &
The Prison Law Blog, a property owned and operated by Middle Street Press, is proud to announce its entry into the publishing realm. Books. Simply stated, Middle Street Press aims to publish books that are needed, irrespective of a profit motive. Let’s face it, not all books are money makers, but just because a book