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“Education Behind Bars Newsletter” is a unique publication which reaches a segment of the prison education market not reached by others. In its print form, EBBN reaches everyone from incarcerated student and incarcerated educator to prison educator and prison administrator.

Online it reaches prison educators, prison administrators, families of prisoners, the general public, and members of the media. EBBN also reaches the majority of the in-prison college programs and prisoner publications across the nation. As a free publication it is available to all without regard of ability to pay.

While just in the beginning stages, EBBN is already in 26 prisons in 15 states. It is also distributed to over 1,000 email subscribers and several hundred website visitors on a monthly basis. These numbers are growing every day and hence should be taken with a grain of salt.

The “Education Behind Bars Newsletter” accepts black and white advertisements for the printed copy. All print advertisements are also included in the online edition.

All past issues are archived at and contain advertisements. All advertisements are non-tax deductible and go toward the operating expenses and production of EBBN. They are to be considered donations.


Full Back Page———-$175 per issue (7.75″ wide x 9.5″ high)

Full Page—————-$150 per issue (7.75″ wide x 9.5″ high)

1/2 Back Page———-$125 per issue (7.75″ wide x 4.75″ high)

1/2 Page—————-$100 per issue (7.75″ wide x 4.75″ high)

1/3 Page—————–$70 per issue (7.75″ wide x 3″ high)

1/4 Page—————-$45 per issue (4″ wide x 4.75″ high)

1/8 Page—————-$30 per issue (4″ wide x 2.25″ high)

*Advertisements might be slightly altered according to spacing.

If you are interested in placing an advertisement, please contact Linda Huddleston, EBBN Manager, at  All advertisements are to be paid by sending check, money order, or cash to the following:

Education Behind Bars
c/o Midnight Express Books P.O. Box 69
Berryville, AR 72616

*All financial instruments should be made out to “Midnight Express Books”.*