To many, the members of imprisoned Russian punk performance art collective Pussy Riot did not have their proper day in court. However, their story will be told through an eBook that will be available roughly two weeks from today (Sept. 11).

Feminist Press will soon release 'Pussy Riot! A Punk Prayer for Freedom,' a collection of letters from prison, poems and court documents from the trial that made news around the world. The 90-page eBook also includes tributes from Yoko Ono and several noted punk rockers, poets and performance artists.

On Aug. 17, three members of Pussy Riot -- Maria Alyokhina, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Yekaterina Samutsevitch -- were convicted for their Feb. 21 performance of a "punk prayer" calling for the overthrow of President Vladimir Putin. The performance, which took place at Moscow's Cathedral of Christ the Savior, earned them felony charges of hooliganism motivated by religious hatred. They are currently serving two years in prison, although they recently filed an appeal. Two other members of the group have fled Russia to escape prosecution.

Proceeds from the eBook, which lists for $2.99, will go towards the Pussy Riot legal defense team.