Prisoners Literature Project

PLP at work – a gallery.

September 2015  |  Published in PLP At Work Gallery

In case any of you were wondering – here’s what our space and volunteers look like on an average Sunday!

Thanks to Aydin Buluc for taking these pictures in mid-2015, giving an idea of the Grassroots House space in Berkeley, our library room within it, and what volunteers get up to in answering all those letters every Sunday and Wednesday:

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Latest News
Special PLP session: come help us on MLK Jr. Day (Jan 15th!)
Jan 2018

ANNOUNCE: the Prisoners Literature Project will be holding a special book picking/packing session on MLK Jr. Day (Monday, January 15th!) from 10am to 5pm.


New York’s pilot program blocks ‘books to prisoners’ programs
Jan 2018

New York State is piloting a program which only allows a few prison-industrial complex ‘approved vendors’ – which have a limited, unhelpful set of full-priced books – to send packages to prisoners.


PLP volunteer sessions: still running through the holiday!
Dec 2017

Our volunteer sessions are running all the way through the holiday, including Xmas Eve and New Year’s Eve (both Sundays!) and Wednesday 27th, for anyone who’d like to come and help us pick/pack books for prisoners.