Prison Penpal Billie Parrack

Billie Parrack

Billie is 56 years old and incarcerated in the US (TX).

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I’m hoping to reconnect with some old friends and make some new ones. Twenty years ago, I told my friends to go on with their lives and some did. Well, some just wouldn’t listen. Go figure! They turned out to be angels; at least for me. Unfortunately, they’ve passed on, leaving me here to somehow continue without them and to miss them daily with all of my heart. I can’t replace them and wouldn’t even try. They managed to make me promise to try and connect with like-minded folks.

I used to be a real “A-Dub”; hated myself and took it out on everyone around me. But somehow, over the years, I’ve managed to change. I’ve always wanted to be a “good person.” So, I tried. My wonderful friends helped. While I haven’t become “good”, I believe I have managed to become more like my friends were- “a person I’d want to have as a friend.”

I also finally learned: “Don’t sweat the small stuff… it’s ALL small stuff.”

I love to write (stories, letters, etc.) and love even more to read. I’ll read ANYTHING, literally. I’ve become pretty good at all kinds of arts and crafts.

I have my family support, love, and prayers. There’s still areas that only a friend can fill (not knocking parents) and that’s where you (hopefully), my new friend, comes in. I like trading book reports and thought I’d like to share some of my stories. I can use the phone and keep my account charged so there’s no call charge to the receiving party. I like to share my art with my friends too. Sometimes I’ll buy greeting cards on commissary, but I usually prefer to make them myself. I’m sensitive and pour a lot into my work.

[Update 12/05/2022]

I’ve had a great year meeting people, writing, talking on the phone and visiting even, thanks to Wire of Hope. Currently, I’m staying busy working on a graphic novel, a lot of independent art, writing and designing my own magazine to showcase other artists.

I’ve recently submitted a 4-page layout for the ABO Comix “Queer Anthology #6”. I hope to have them ( publish my graphic novel, just because they’re GOOOOD at it. You can see others’ art as well as more of my own on their site, as I submit it. Hope to hear from you soon.

I’ll reply to anyone who writes. Just make sure to always leave a mailing address for me, as I can only reply through snail mail at the moment. Hope to hear from you soon. Have a great day!


Date of Birth: 10/06/1966 (56 years old)
Gender: Transgender (MtF)
Marital Status: Divorced
Sexual Orientation: Bisexual
Race: Multi-Racial (American Indian & White)
Ethnicity: Not Hispanic or Latino
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown/Blond/Red
Height: 5 ft. 7 in.
Body Type: Average
Hometown: San Antonio, Texas (USA)
Spoken Languages: English
Religion: American Indian Religion / Catholic
Astrological Sign: Libra

Profile will end on: 12/05/2023

Billie Parrack #01246631

Allred Unit
2101 FM 369 North
Iowa Park, TX 76367

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Incarcerated Since: 2001
Sentence Received: 30 years to life (Virtual Life Sentence)
Earliest Release: 2031

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