The Williams Report
The Williams Report supports prisoner movement and has become an international voice for incarcerated individuals. Nanon Williams regularly focuses issues related to death row, prison reform and issues affecting inmates in general population and administrative segregation — solitary confinement. The Williams Report also regularly publishes submissions from individuals outside of the criminal justice system.
The Williams Report always contains provocative inmate-to-inmate interviews (readers may submit questions), stories, open letters, poetry, art and state-to-state updates.
Submissions are welcome. We accept articles (less than 2000 words per article), printable artwork such as sketches, poems, humor on social, political and economic issues as well as comics.
Submissions are welcome from all incarcerated individuals anyway in the world. The goal of The Williams Report is to provider a platform for incarcerated individuals to connect with the outside world, as well as for individuals on the outside to communicate with inmates.
The editor reserves the right to edit content with the goal of conserving space. Publishing rights and copyrights remain the property of the contributing editor. No part of The Williams Report may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system, without written permission from the author, except for the inclusion of brief quotations in a review.
Donations: Although no one will ever be denied a free copy, The Williams Report relies on friends, family and readers like you to underwrite current expenses to expand. The cost of distributing the newsletter varies from issue to issue. Please contact Kamau Mposi to make a donation.