The prison inmates who put out the San Quentin News may not have their freedom, but they still have their freedom of press. The San Quentin News is the only inmate-produced newspaper in California and has been printed off and on since the 1920s. The monthly, 20-page publication has a press run of 11,500 for inmates, correctional officers and staff, and community members. It can also be found online at sanquentinnews.com. More than 20 inmates write articles for each issue and four other inmates serve as editor in chief, supervising editor, managing editor, design editor and sports editor. A team of advisors, including former newspaper editors and reporters, volunteer their time to help create each issue. The website is also maintained by an advisor. Photo: San Quentin News staff.