Issue #7: SOLITUDE (print edition)

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Three years in the making, SOLITUDE is our first print issue.

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

Also featuring:

  • an original cover illustration by Sasha Staicu (IG: @famousfemaleartist)
  • interviews with Afropean founder Johny Pitts, 'Bait' director Mark Jenkin, filmmaker Nadeem din-Gabisi, and others
  • a DIY art tutorial showing you how to make prints out of vegetable dyes
  • visual arts galore from The Kirkwood Brothers, the homeless charity Crisis, and several prison arts organisations
  • much, much more!

All the work is completely original and only some of it will be made available online.

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More details:

The printing and design costs of this issue were funded by a Metroland Cultures grant of £1000 and monthly Patreon donations.

By buying directly from us, you'll help us recoup our printing costs, raise funds for reprints or another issue, and enable us to donate copies to more charities.

Copies are also being distributed via independent bookshops and venues - please consider supporting them.

Printed on full colour 100% recycled newsprint by Sharman & Company

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