Texas Outlaw Press in association with Spirit World Films present a Texas Outlaw Poet production by Jeff Callaway, titled “HELEN” based on his poem of the same name, from his book “Party Fouls & Other Atrocities.” All words and production by Jeff Callaway. Background music by TeknoAXE. Resources for Drug Addiction Help: The Central Texas Area Narcotics Anonymous 603 West 13th Street Suite 1A-284 Austin, Texas 78701 http://www.ctana.org/ Austin: 512-480-0004 En Español: 512-480-0007 Toll Free: 866-79-CTANA Lone Star Region of Narcotics Anonymous (Dallas/East Texas) http://www.lsrna.com/index.html NA Listings for all other areas of The Lone Star State: http://theagapecenter.com/NAinUSA/Tex… AA Listings for all of Texas: https://www.theagapecenter.com/AAinUSA/Texas.htm For Musicians: Musicares-South Region 1904 Wedgewood Ave. Nashville, TN 37212 Ph: 615.327.0050 Toll-free Help Line: 1.877.626.2748 MusiCares Austin P.O. Box 82061 Austin, TX 78708 Ph: 512.873.0204 TEXAS OUTLAW POET: https://www.amazon.com/author/texasoutlawpoet https://www.texasoutlawpoet.com/ https://www.texasoutlawpress.org/

Texas Outlaw Press in association with Spirit World Films present a Texas Outlaw Poet production by Jeff Callaway, titled “Elegy In October” based on his poem of the same name, from his book “Party Fouls & Other Atrocities.” Dedicated to the memory of Kara Christine Parker. All words and production by Jeff Callaway. Background music and video bits are public domain.

Texas Outlaw Press was founded when my good friend Jeff Callaway was sent to prison for the non-violent offense of possession of psilocybin mushrooms. Together we founded the Press to publish chapbooks for readings both while Jeff was in and when he got out of the penitentiary system. The legacy of our inception is our on-going interest in working with artist who have had to suffer the indignities and injustices of the hypocritical drug laws in Texas and the U.S. In the coming years we hope to shape the Press into a helpful resource for artists trapped in the Texas prison system for non-violent drug possession. We are also interested in collaborating with Texas’s artist and political communities to bring further awareness to the injustices of Marijuana Prohibition and the harms to people’s lives caused by incarcerating non-violent drug offenders. Ultimately we would like to help educate citizens and voters about the negative consequences of current drug laws and the benefits of treatment vs. incarceration in regards to serious addiction issues. At the same time we’d like to offer a rewarding forum for self-expression to those negatively impacted by those laws and to our readers and listeners. -John-Paxton Gremillion (Co-Founder)