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Prisoners Program
Twins Publishing Services have a program for prisoners that Prints on Demand (POD) by having a manuscript in a properly formatted ready to print digital file that saves the client zero expenses. This program allows the publishing company to print manuscript with no charge to the client and Twins Publishing retrieves a higher percentage on every purchase. Our Print Production Program (PPP) allows prisoners zero out of pocket expenses. Another program allows a family member or friend to be the administrator on a manuscript and deal directly with Twins Publishing for printing production services. This service allows said person to control marketing, reorders etc. 
Thanks for allowing Twins Publishing Services to assist in your publishing needs on becoming an author.


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Twins Publishing Services
PO Box 531812
Henderson, NV 89053

The framers of the Constitution were aware that Free Speech was an important component of the democratic system of government, and sought to allow dissent and the exchange of ideas by all its citizens, including Mr. Lamaan and those like him, no matter how unpopular their views may be. And while there have been some changes in the way we as a society communicate in the wake of 9/11 — the Patriot Act comes to mind — those confined in America’s prisons enjoy an unparalleled right to communicate their ideas. This is, quite simply, a testament to the ideals of freedom that this nation was founded upon and continues to aspire to. Americans have enjoyed a right to Free Speech that is unrivaled among modern nations. The right has long survived incarceration as well, from the 1800's Henry David Thoreau’s “On Civil Disobedience” to the letters from Birmingham Jail, by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s. It is alive and well today, notwithstanding the great changes in the ways our society communicates in the internet era.