Team Weev

Before his sentencing, Andrew Auernheimer (aka weev or @rabite) left members of OpPenPal in charge of his reading list and commissary. This page contains links to get involved in direct prison support for him.

You can send letters or postcards here:

Andrew Auernheimer
#10378-010
FCI Allenwood Low
Federal Correctional Institution
PO Box 1000
White Deer PA 17887

To donate to his commissary fund: https://www.wepay.com/donations/weev-prison-fund_1

To sign up to send books from his reading list: http://bit.ly/weevbks

To let us know what books you have sent: http://bit.ly/weevsent

Books can be hardcover or paperback but the Federal Bureau of Prisons requires they be shipped directly from a bookseller or publisher. Most sellers on half.com will ship to prisons. Amazon/B&N will, too, but you will have to pay shipping.

More guidelines on writing to prisoners and sending books: https://oppenpal.wordpress.com/guidelines/

To contact Team Weev: teamweev [at] gmail [dot] com


Reading List:
To avoid duplication, the following books have already been sent to Weev. (Alphabetized by author’s last name.)

AUTHOR TITLE
 Banks, Iain M.  Look to Windward
 Bazell, Josh  Beat the Reaper
 Courtenay, Bryce  The Power of One
 Dumas, Alexandre  Count of Monte Cristo
 Gaiman, Neil  American Gods
 Keynes, John Maynard  The General Theory Of Employment, Interest, And Money
 Mieville, China  The City & The City
 Plato  The Republic
 Proust, Marcel  Swann’s Way
 Purcell, Henry  Dido and Aeneas
 Rand, Ayn  Atlas Shrugged
 Stephenson, Neal  Anathem
 Stephenson, Neal  Reamde

Requests: Weev likes to read science fiction, cyberpunk, history, philosophy, tech, and classics.

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4 responses to “Team Weev

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  3. We’d also suggest for his reading, these prison-friendly (and very rewarding) heavy tomes (which he may have already read, of course):

    2666, Roberto Bolaño
    Infinite Jest, David Foster Wallace
    Gödel, Escher, Bach, Douglas Hofstadter

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