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The first print run sold out in 10 days. Carl and other contributors are currently touring to promote the book. Twitter: davidwbest Cartoons courtesy of Carl Cattermole and Banx banxcartoons. A one day conference reflecting on years since the abolition of public execution.
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He called it Prison: A Survival Guide. Once written, Cattermole enlisted a cleaner friend to make 1, copies of the book illegally using a photocopier in a Canary Wharf bank while on the nightshift. He has made me toast and a pint-glass of tea, perhaps a little jittery about how a six-foot-seven ex-con is going to come across in a newspaper.
He only makes eye-contact on occasion; a consequence from his time in prison and something he apologises for. With an official publisher now on board, Cattermole has updated the book with insights from other contributors. Sixteen-year-old Darcey Hartley reveals what it is like having her dad Ian spend 14 years in prison under a since-abolished Imprisonment for Public Protection IPP sentence.
Lisa Selby, whose partner Elliot is in prison, covers visiting someone on the inside — the sign language developed to speed up a cafe order, or dealing with separation anxiety. The main thing Cattermole wants people to understand on the outside is how much prison has changed over the decades.
"Prison is about survival": Marc Fennell discovers this Australian prison's surprising secret
It is a different type of person in prison now. You can go because you are homeless, because you are a squatter, for not paying your TV licence or sending your kids to school. Reform used to be about reducing prison populations, now Michael Gove is talking about building a massive, US-style super-prison.
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After his time inside, Cattermole is left with a rather grim view of what our prison system says about us.