This issue of The Angolite, Vol. 22, No. 3 has a black-and-white photograph on the cover of incarcerated men building a sandbag wall along the banks of the Mississippi River. One of the three featured stories concentrates on the high waters of the river and the danger of flooding at the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola. The other two features are about the annual Arts and Crafts Festival and on mentally ill incarcerated persons. Regular features included are sports news, brief news reports, a book review, and original poetry. The final interior page contains subscription information. There are eighty-nine (89) interior pages and the magazine is bound with two (2) metal staples. The back cover has a black-and-white photograph of two (2) men in business attire standing behind an unlocked barred door.
This issue of The Angolite, Vol. 19, No. 5 features a black-and-white photograph on the cover depicting two (2) men sitting on a log in front of a body of water. The feature story covers the issue of elderly prisoners in longtime confinement, including an investigation of such incarcerated persons throughout the nation. There are several profiles of male and female incarcerated persons. Other stories include the discovery of a mastodon tooth on prison grounds, and regular features such as sports news, original poetry, and news briefs. The final interior page contains subscription information. The magazine has eighty-one (81) interior pages and is bound with two (2) metal staples. The back cover has a black-and-white photograph of a line of men digging a ditch or standing at rest holding shovels.
This issue of The Angolite magazine, Vol. 18, No. 6, has a blue-toned photograph on the cover featuring a woman barrel-racing in front of a crowd of spectators seated in bleachers at the annual prison rodeo. The featured story in this issue concentrates on inflated pricing of inmate phone calls and a successful inmate boycott against them. There is also an extended review with several photographs of the rodeo events from October 1993. Regular columns including brief news reports, religious group activities, sports news, legal news, and original poetry are also included. The final interior page contains subscription information. There are seventy-four (74) interior pages and the magazine is bound with two (2) metal staples. The back cover features an illustration of a chain link fence on a gray background.