This November/December 1979 issue of The Angolite has a burgundy colored background cover with white text. A black-and-white photograph below the masthead depicts incarcerated men standing and digging in a waist-deep ditch. Two (2) men on horseback, one armed with a long gun, oversee the workers. Below the photograph is white text reading "IN THIS ISSUE / 'PRISON: The Sexual Jungle' / LOUISIANA STATE PENITENTIARY." The cover story deals with problems of sexual slavery at Angola prison and includes interviews with prisoners who were raped as well as discrimination and violence against homosexual and transgendered prisoners. Other content includes personnel changes of prison administration, articles on new legal changes and legal assistance, a review of the October 1979 Rodeo featuring several event photographs and a story on an inmate who was paralyzed after an injury during a bull riding event, a story about a local vocational school available to prisoners, and information about health care in prison. The text is supplemented with illustrations and photographs throughout the ninety-eight (98) interior pages. Information for subscribing and a mail-in card are included on the final interior page. The back cover has the same burgundy colored background with an illustration at the center of a line of men in shadow with shovel and hoes slung over their shoulders. The magazine is bound with two (2) metal staples.
This September/October 1978 issue of The Angolite has a cover with a black-and-white photograph of a man standing outside a small structure in a dirt yard. The photograph is below the masthead, with the text "EXCLUSIVE / 'Conversations With The Dead' / LOUISIANA STATE PRISON" below the photograph. The cover story discusses the clemency and parole process, with interviews from several incarcerated people who have long sentences and will likely die imprisoned. The cover photo is also featured in this story, and picture Franck "Cocky" Moore in front of his shack on the Angola property. Other stories include opinion pieces, detailed updates on recent legislative and administrative changes, and the restructuring of Camp H into a merit-based rehabilitation program. The magazine is bound with two (2) metal staples and has sixty-two (62) interior pages. The final interior page contains information and a mail-in section for subscriptions. The back cover has an illustrated advertisement for the 1978 Rodeo.