Latest by Tim Hinkhouse
"I was so in love with her amd she was in love with me too." Tim says. "She could have been my one shot at true love. I am still filled with regret that I was the reason we broke up."
As the late year holidays spur reflection, Tim shares his "upsides" in prison and his gratitude for being able to share his story.
"You would think that because I have been in prison longer than someone who has committed murder that I would be filled with hatred and bitterness. Quite the opposite, really. I am writing this to help myself heal internally," Tim says.
Imprisoned blogger Tim Hinkhouse reflects back on when he first arrived at the Oregon State Penitentiary on May 1, 1994: "The transport van coming from the intake center pulls into the sally port in front of this very old prison built back in the 180...
HIV criminalization survivor Tim Hinkhouse speaks out from behind bars: There are prosecutors who won't hesitate to charge you with a crime, shame you mercilessly in the media to further their political career and have you sent to prison to rot.