Since 1986, William D. Mongelli has worked as prison librarian for the Massachusetts Department of Correction (DOC). Bill has published in the U*N*A*B*A*S*H*E*D Librarian, Law Library Journal, and the Journal of Correctional Education, and his books include CONSentrating on the Law: A Program of Self-Directed Legal Research for Prison Course Givers. Bill teaches inmate seminars in legal research, book discussions, ABE/ASE library instruction, and consequential thinking. He has created two needs-based programs, Lord of the Rings: an Inquiry into the Components of Good Human Character, and the Library Services & Technology Act grant project Laughter-as-Therapy in the Correctional Environment. Since 2001, Bill has taught a distance learning graduate course on prison library management for San Jose State University. He recently taught two consecutive sections of an eLearning course called Your Prison’s Library as an Agent of Rehabilitative Change for the ASCLA division of the American Library Association. Bill has given workshops for the Correctional Education Association, the New England Library Association, the Massachusetts Library System, and the Massachusetts DOC training academy.