Dear Sir, I am incarcerated in prison, where I had the pleasure of reading elephant magazine on Fridays between 6:30-8:00 p.m. The staff here allowed us to meditate. Can you please send us some back issues? Also, I saw an ad in your mag for a magazine called “Nexus.” Can you send us a few back issues of this one also? We have no literature to study. Do you have the addresses of organizations that we can write for free literature because we can not afford to buy it at this time? I will share with the other inmates here. Thank you for listening. ~ Anthony Freeman, 568539A, Mid-State Correctional Facility, Wrightstown, New Jersey.
[We donated a subscription, contacted Nexus and alerted prisondharmanetwork.org—to which you can send your old magazines and books ~ed.]
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