Zines

This year’s zines from Barsa Ray, Martin de Mello and Jayant Kashyap continue the enfolding and unfolding of word, body and image, adding three vibrant and curious voices to the pledges and statements world leaders made at the COP26 conference.

Instead of making promises for the future, these three zines are intricately involved in the here and now of our world, its crumbling edges, its inadvertent humour and its inescapable interconnectivity. 

We particularly wanted to feature writing in 2021 that examines climate justice whilst using forms that question how we look at the world and from what viewpoint.

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Our 2020 zines from Akulah Agbami, Maya Chowdhry and Louis Bailey are as diverse a collection as we could have wished for in our first year. Between them the three resist categorisation – poem / prose / fragment / map – as they explore issues of invisibility, resistance, heritage, and intersubjectivity. Each zine unfolds differently, capturing some sense of the work within them, challenging and playing with how we might approach reading a sequence of work or a single poem.

You can buy each zine individually from their page (click on their names/links above)


Or a bundle (of all three) for £13 (+UK p&p) by clicking the ‘add to cart’ button below

Contact sehymas @ gmail dot com for European postage rates.

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