“Prison Stories outlaw rawness mixes well with hip-hop’s street essence. Fans of Iceberg Slim’s pimp tales or HBO’s OZ series will really dig this. The book reveals a world of fearless convicts, inconspicuous snitches and deadly gang rivalry. Prison Stories is a great read. Ferranti’s voice gritty and tough. He brought all the accounts to life as if you were there with him.” Elemental Magazine
“Seth is the one person that I know who will go above and beyond to protect the image of an honorable person. He is qualified to write this book in the appropriate manner and get the mental aspect right. This is a dish that has been awaited by many…and Seth’s content, delivery and message will benefit the minds of those who thirst for truth. Supreme gave the responsibility of this project to the proper person and Seth will make every word, paragraph and chapter count because he is the master at creating master pieces that are tailored for the real.” Walter “King Tut” Johnson, NYC Original Gangster
Seth Ferranti’s the Gorilla Convict Writer. In 1993, after spending two years as a top-15 fugitive on the US Marshal’s most wanted list, he was captured and sentenced to 304 months under the federal sentencing …
December 6, 2000. I was standing in the lieutenant’s office inside of USP Leavenworth, hands cuffed behind my back. From the waist down my pants were splattered with the victim’s blood, his skin embedded on …
Reading about Seth Ferranti’s first time in prison is crazy because it really is a world in itself. How do you distinguish who the real criminals are? The administrators are worst than the people who actually have committed the crime […]
In Prison Stories author Seth Ferranti takes readers deep into the belly of the beast. Federal Prison is a nightmare but imagine living that nightmare when you’re a suburban white boy […]
There’s a scene in “Goodfellas” where Ray Liota who plays Henry Hill and some other mafiaso are in the joint. They’re in a backroom or a mop closet at the prison but due to their Costra Nostra status they are living large, drinking wine, and eating Italian delicacies […]
This article in Vice magazine profiles some prison bands, the prison music program and the concerts held for the inmate population.