Aperture Magazine (2018) Issue #230, “Prison Nation” Aperture Foundation
Bernstein, L. (2010) America Is the Prison: Arts and Politics in Prison in the 1970s University of North Carolina Press
Cleveland, W. (2000) Art in Other Places: Artists at Work in America’s Community and Social Institutions Praeger Publishers
Community Arts Network (2010) Arts in Corrections Archived Web Page, Open Folklore collection
Day, J. (2013) Corrections and Collections Routledge
Franklin, H.B. (1989) Prison Literature in America: The Victim as Criminal and Artist Oxford University Press
Goldman Rubin, S. (2004) Art against the Odds: From Slave Quilts to Prison Paintings Crown Publishers
Gussak, D.E. and Ploumis-Devick, E. (2004) Creating Wellness in Correctional Populations Through the Arts: An Interdisciplinary Model Visual Arts Research
Harrington, C.L. (1997) Time to Piddle: Death Row Incarceration, Craftswork, and the Meaning of Time The Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society 27 (1) Spring 1997
Hartnett, S. (ed.) (2010) Challenging the Prison-Industrial Complex: Activism, Arts, and Educational Alternatives University of Illinois Press
Jacobi, T. (2003) Contraband Literacies: Incarcerated Women and Writing-as-Activism Dissertation, Syracuse University
Jacobi, T. and O’Connor, P. (eds.) (Winter 2004) Reflections: A Journal of Writing, Service-Learning, and Community Literacy 4:1
JudithTannenbaum.com Prison Arts
Kornfeld, P. (1997) Cellblock Visions: Prison Art in America Princeton University Press
Miller, D.Q. (ed.) (2005) Prose and Cons: Essays on Prison Literature in the United States McFarland & Co.
Prisoner Express Newsletter including work by incarcerated artists
Riches, C. (1992) Art in American Prisons. Report presented to the Winston Churchill Trust.
Rylander, B. (1979) Art Therapy with Prisoners in Solitary Confinement. Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of the American Art Therapy Association. Washington, DC. AATA.
Sarat, A. (ed.) (2014) Special Issue: The Beautiful Prison Emerald Group Publishing
Sacred Eye of the Falcon – A collection of essays, poems, thoughts, and writings by Steve Champion (Adisa Kamara), incarcerated on San Quentin’s death row since 1982
Sweeney, M. (2010) Reading Is My Window: Books and the Art of Reading in Women’s Prison The University of North Carolina Press
The Institute for Research on Women – Rutgers (2015) Marking Time: Prison Arts and Activism Resource Guide