Federal Prison Handbook has been named the WINNER in Non-Fiction in the 12th Annual National Indie Excellence Awards and we are bursting with pride.

The National Indie Excellence Awards celebrate independent publishing as a strong and proud facet of the publishing industry, taking the time  to recognize the hard work of authors and publishers. Further more, they champion self-publishers and the small or independent presses that produce these excellent works.

These awards are decided upon by a panel of judges from all facets of the book industry including publishers, writers, editors, book designers and professional copywriters.

It was said that the Federal Prison Handbook, “embodies (sic) the excellence this award was created to celebrate,” by Ellen Reid, Founder NIEA.

Federal Prison Handbook: The Definitive Guide to Surviving the Federal Prison System teaches everything you need to know to protect yourself and your rights, compiled by a college-educated inmate currently serving time at a federal prison. For more information or to purchase a copy, go to Amazon.com.

Christopher Zoukis is the author of Federal Prison Handbook: The Definitive Guide to Surviving the Federal Bureau of Prisons, (Middle Street Publishing, 2017), and College for Convicts: The Case for Higher Education in American Prisons (McFarland & Co., 2014). He regularly contributes to New York Daily NewsPrison Legal News and Criminal Legal News. He can be found online at ChristopherZoukis.comPrisonEducation.com and PrisonerResource.com.

About Christopher Zoukis, MBA

Christopher Zoukis, MBA, is the Managing Director of the Zoukis Consulting Group, a federal prison consultancy that assists attorneys, federal criminal defendants, and federal prisoners with prison preparation, in-prison matters, and reentry. His books include Directory of Federal Prisons (Middle Street Publishing, 2020), Federal Prison Handbook (Middle Street Publishing, 2017), Prison Education Guide (PLN Publishing, 2016), and College for Convicts: The Case for Higher Education in American Prisons (McFarland & Company, 2014).