Tag Archives: #prison

Pretty Girls Love Bad boys: Being in Prisons Doesn’t Mean You Can’t Set The Mood

By King Guru Guys, we all know how to set the right mood when it’s time to get our Pretty Girl’s panties dripping. We know how to clean up nice, light up some candles and run that bubble bath. I’m very confident all you MAC’s out there know exactly how to plan a romantic evening. […]

Prison Food Recipes and Techniques

By Mike Enemigo Prison food is notoriously terrible, and it’s not like you can go out to a drive-thru when you get hungry between meal-times. But prison inmates are famous for their amazing creativity – and when they’re not making shivs and other improvised weapons, they’re creating some truly bizarre food items. Here are 10 […]

8 Urban Fiction Authors Who Overcame Prison and Forged Lucrative Careers

By Mike Enemigo These former incarcerated authors turned their sentences into real-life experiences for millions of readers… Dominating the Essence and New York Times bestsellers lists, respectively, street literature, officially recognized as urban fiction, has evolved into a permanent part of American literature. Telling the often tragic stories of African-American men trapped in the gritty […]

The prisoner’s secrets and strategies to publishing short stories for promo & profit

By Mike Enemigo As an upcoming writer, one of the best things you can do is get something (of quality!) to market as soon as possible. But writing an entire book is a lot of work, will take a lot of time, and can be intimidating for the novice. However, you don’t have to start […]

California Ab Prison Gang Members & Others Indicted By Feds: A True California Prison Story

By Mike Enemigo On May 21, 2019, a 143-page federal indictment was filed that described criminal violations allegedly committed by Ronald Yandell, Daniel Troxell, William Sylvester, Travis Burhop, Brant Daniel, Donald Mazza, Pat Brady, Jason Corbett, Matthew Hall, Samuel Keeton, Michael Torres, Jeanna Quesenberry, Kevin McNamara, Kristen Demar, Justin Petty and Kathleen Nolan. The indictment […]

3 RECIPES FROM RAPPER PRODIGY’S PRISON COOKSBOOK, COMMISSARY KITCHEN: MY INFAMOUS PRISON COOKBOOK

By Mike Enemigo There’s any number of reasons why a man might learn how to cook in prison. On the inside, the food served during chow is notoriously low-quality, hopelessly bland, and served in meager, rationed portions. Cooking with commissary items like ramen noodles, canned tuna, and butter packets – as unappetizing as that may […]

Social Security Benefits After Incarceration: What You Need to Know

Social Security Benefits Individuals released from incarceration may be eligible for Social Security retirement, survivors, or disability benefits if they have worked or paid into Social Security enough years or Supplemental Security Income benefits if you are 65 or older, or are blind, or have a disability and have little or no income and resources. Social […]

Shaka Senghor: Writing My Wrongs

By Mike Enemigo Shaka grew up on the east side of Detroit in the same neighborhood as street legends The Best Friends, Chambers Brothers, and White Boy Rick, where he sold crack during the 80s. After getting shot on March 8, 1990, Shaka became paranoid and vowed to never leave home without his gun. He […]

A Prisoner’s Guide to Advocating for Yourself Medically

Be the Master of Your Own Paperwork Keeping good records (1) helps you track your medical condition and your communications with your doctor; (2) provides proof of any shortcoming in your access to proper medical care; and (3) creates a record that you have followed the prison’s rules for solving problems and the courts’ requirement […]

The Dominant Witness Theory: How Eyewitness Identification Becomes Flawed

By Brian Leslie Eyewitness interviews are a vital part of any criminal investigation. How police approach, question, and vet witnesses can be a critical factor in why they target a specific suspect. The truth is many police agencies, because of lack of resources, don’t provide specialized training in this area to new officers. Unfortunately, these […]