Spare Rib was a second-wave feminist magazine in the United Kingdom that emerged from the counter culture of the late 1960s Spare Rib is now recognised as an iconic magazine, and a place which shaped debate about feminism in the UK. It contained new writing and creative contributions which challenged stereotypes and supported collective solutions. The magazine existed between 1972 and 1993.” In issue 001 of Spare Rib, published in 1972 it featured an article entitled ‘Rapping on Holloway’ about the Radical Alternatives to Prisons report on the prison.

Link to copy of the article about Holloway