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Australia: Paper Chained callout

Paper Chained is a journal of writings and artistic expressions from individuals affected by incarceration. We are currently seeking contributions from prisoners, ex-prisoners and family members of prisoners for our first journal publication.

Please circulate this callout throughout your networks.

If you are currently in prison, have experienced time in prison or have a loved one in prison, we welcome your contributions to this journal! If you know somebody who might be interested in contributing, please pass this information on to them.

Here is an information sheet that can be printed and mailed to prisoners, and here is a poster you are welcome to print and display in your neighbourhood, workplaces, schools and other community hubs.

Details about the journal and how to send in contributions can be found at our website: Running Wild (anarchist collective)

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1 comment to Australia: Paper Chained callout

  • Lena


    I will spread this callout through some of my contacts, but thought I’d message you and recommend (if you haven’t already) checking out InsideOut:

    From their website:

    “We are a new Australia-wide grassroots group aiming to build a network of LGBTIQ+ people both inside and outside prisons. Incarceration can be a particularly isolating experience for LGBTIQ+ people. We want to create a sense of community across the walls, amplify the voices of prisoners and provide access to information, community news and resources.”

    They produce a quarterly newspaper for LGBTIQ+ prisoners. I’ve had a bit of contact with this organisation and they seem like they do really great work. If you approach them they might include your callout, of course they are looking for their own artistic submissions but as they are all volunteer + free journals disseminated in Australian prisons and your journal is international they might be willing to share submissions from consenting prisoners if you approach them. Try contacting them through their website hopefully they’d be happy to hear from you!

    Warm Regards,

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