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Annie Buckley is the editor of "Higher Education and the Carceral State: Transforming Together" (Routledge Books, 2024). In addition, she is the author of three books of fiction published with collaborative contemporary art projects; editor of two books about Prison Arts Collective; and author of 20 non-fiction books for children including writer/illustrator of Kids Yoga Deck (Chronicle Books, 2001). 


Higher Education and the Carceral State: Transforming Together
(Routledge Books, 2024) Buckley's edited volume explores the diversity of ways in which university faculty and students both in and out of prison are intervening in the system of mass incarceration through the development of transformative arts and educational programs for students in correctional institutions.

Buckley has published three works of fiction with contemporary art exhibitions. Her experimental fiction melds contemporary surrealism with cultural critique.


Art books
Buckley has edited two books with artists, writers, and collaborators of Prison Arts Collective and was a co-editor of Nothing Moments, a collaborative project including writing, art, and design by over 100 contemporary practitioners. 


Children’s Books
Buckley is the author and illustrator of the popular Kids Yoga Deck (Chronicle Books 2002) and the co-author of Once Upon a Time: Creative Writing for Kids (Chronicle Books, 2004). In addition, she has written over 20 nonfiction books for children and teens for library publishers under the names Annie Buckley and A.M. Buckley. 

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