Issue #7

SOLITUDE

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ABOUT THE PRINT ISSUE

32 pages jam-packed with exclusive art tutorials, poetry, interviews, features and writing exploring drag, prison art, Black Lives Matter, community solidarity, 80s Japan, memes, Iranian docu-drama, and much more. 

A STORE NEAR YOU

ISSUE #7 will be available to pick up from independent venues and shops across the UK. They keep 50 percent of the proceeds, so you'll be helping support local businesses.

Soon to be in stock at:

PRSC Stokes Croft China
35 Jamaica Street
Bristol
BS2 8JP

Want some copies for your shop / venue / cafe / gallery / dungeon? Contact us!

ONLINE VENDORS

Our partners receive 50% of the cover price, so by buying from them, you'll also be supporting independent publishing.

Hit up Dog Section Press - they also publish DOPE Magazine, which is well worth a read. **CURRENTLY IN STOCK**

Nab a copy from Freedom Press, the world's oldest anarchist bookshop - grab some books while you're at it. **IN STOCK**

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Order the issue and support future releases by subscribing to our Patreon - we might even throw in some free merch!

FREE COPIES

We'll be giving out free copies to charities and those in need, including drop-in centres and homeless shelters. If you would like a stack for your clients, drop us a line.

CHECK OUT THE WEB ISSUE

In recent months, we have all become familiar with self-isolation. But for many, it is a status which defines their existence. In ISSUE #7 SOLITUDE, we aim to platform those voices, their art and experiences.

We've compiled more than 50 pieces of artwork and writing for both the print and online editions of the issue, which are exclusive from one another.  Below, you can browse the web issue, which is independent of the print edition and features online-only content.

This issue is supported by the London Borough of Culture fund

The Radical Art Review is a non-profit cooperative platform fuelled purely by people power for those who think art holds the potential for social transformation. We publish the thoughts, philosophies, and stories of all who dare to dissent. We seek to inform, to empower, and to dream collectively of a better tomorrow.

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