Chris Dankovich

2020-07-16T14:34:53-04:00Fellow Inmates|

Cerebral Palsy in Prison

"Hey, did you see that kid in the wheelchair today?" "No." I say. "When did he get here?" "I think he just rode in yesterday or today," said Greg. "He break his leg or something?" "No, he's, like, seriously in a [...]

2021-03-07T10:25:41-05:00Prison Love and Sex|

My First Girlfriend in Prison

The door opens, and when she walks in, my heart loses count, harmony broken. She is the most beautiful thing I've ever seen, not just in years but ever (and I have seen the Grand Canyon, the tropical rainforests in Mexico, the green flash that crosses the ocean at sunset, the Aurora in the Northern Sky...).
2020-02-19T09:23:17-05:00Hope & Change|

Dogs in Prison

When the prison I've grown up in partnered with a local animal shelter and a service-canine organization to start a dog rehabilitation and training program, it had been nearly 4,000 days since I had last seen a dog in person, last [...]