GG Allin “My Prison Walls” Kindle edition now available
The critically acclaimed book goes digital… GG’s letters, illustrations, prose, and
his own personal account of prison
In 2013, Aggronautix published GG Allin “My Prison Walls”, a limited edition hard cover collector’s book wrapped in black saifu cloth and decorated / titled in red foil blood stamping. Each book was individually numbered and shrink-wrapped for protection and preservation. After the 2500 copies have been sold through, the book will not be re-printed. (According to Aggronautix there are still some available, but not many)
Now, “My Prison Walls” is available for Kindle (at the reasonable price – $5.99) opening the door for legions of fans to explore GG’s prison era memoirs without the $60 SRP. The 208 page book contains letters, illustrations, prose, and GG’s own personal accounts of his time spent in prison.
The book begins with “30 Days In The Hole” from GG’s journal, in his own handwriting, detailing his first days in lock up. This comprises the first 50 pages of the book and gives the reader a first-hand account of his mindset at the time. In addition, there are over 40 pieces of art and prose by Allin, plus correspondence with his family members, convicted serial killer John Wayne Gacy, Jeff Clayton of ANTiSEEN, and many others.