Prison From the Inside Out is both a book and an act of trust: A black man from New Jersey and a white woman from New York meet in a workshop at a North Carolina prison. They decide they have something to tell the world about incarceration, self-esteem, personal growth, survival, and the power of trust.

Prison From the Inside Out is the winner of the 2021 “Silver” award from the Nonfiction Authors Association.

348 pages, written by William “Mecca” Elmore and Susan Simone