Spent 8 am to 1 pm waiting in line to have my property inventoried and boxed by staff for my upcoming transfer to another prison. Afterwards, returning to a cell that had zero property felt strange. I borrowed a few books to read until they put me on the prison transport bus.
Paul Pommells has been an inmate of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation for more than twenty years, and has learned much about himself, his fellow inmates, and where one can find the hope and power to change.
Paul and other inmates & friends bare their souls in words here.