Contributor

Alexander Reynolds

Journalist, author, advocate for prison reform and social justice

Alexander Reynolds was born in 1970 in Toxteth, a violent suburb of Liverpool. Reynolds started his career aged 17 writing humorous articles for Punch magazine and has worked as a journalist for VICE, the Times, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph, New Statesman, Index on Censorship, FHM and Loaded. He is the author of Convict Land: Going Undercover in America's Jails and currently lives in the USA.

icon_gotatip_29x28Created with Sketch. Got a tip?

Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters? Here’s how.