In this episode, we introduce a new topic, going “off-paper.” When prisoners finish their time and re-enter the free world, they confront a whole host of barriers and questions that extend the hold that institutions have on them well past their “on-paper” sentences. To begin, we hear a recently released anarchist prisoner who reflects on his time outside prison and the reactions he faces when people learn about his record, and then we move onto hearing about barriers to housing that ex-prisoners confront in Bloomington. The last piece of the puzzle is Micol Seigel’s interview with Jarrod Wall, who, after serving 26 years, had to overcome both legal and social barriers in order to simply exist in his small Indiana city. We also share news of prisoner call-ins, as well as inedible cafeteria food and words from revolting prisoners, both in Delaware.