Hearing Voices: Chatter from the Willow zine

July 5, 2023

Paid contributor opportunity showcasing Two Spirit, Indigi-queer, and Indigenous LGBTQQIA+ voices! 

For the 7th volume of our annual Hearing Voices: Chatter from the Willow zine, the team at Willow Arts Community is excited to be partnering with the Niagara Regional Native Centre (NRNC) and will specifically showcasing Two Spirit, Indigi-queer, and Indigenous LGBTQQIA+ contributors! Click here for more information: https://thewillowcommunity.com/whatwedo/hearingvoiceszine/#:~:text=Hearing%20Voices%3A%20Chatter%20from%20the,illness%2Fsubstance%20use%20in%20Niagara.

Key Dates

July 4 | 2 – 5 PM – Zine-specific Open Studio August 2 | 3 – 6 PM – Zine-specific Open Studio + Contributors Community Potluck August 4 | 8 PM – Submission DeadlineSeptember & October – Printing & Zine Distribution!

The open studios and Contributors’ Community Potluck will take place at the Willow Arts Studio at Silver Spire United Church (366 St Paul St, St. Catharines). 
All of the details about the types of submissions, the project timeline, and opportunities to connect and work on your pieces are included in the attached document. From Willow Arts, the team is Shauna MacLeod and Kerry Duncan and from the NRNC, Liz Sault is the main project contact. 

The submission deadline is August 4th at 8pm. If you have any questions or need more information, please email us at zines.thewillowcommunity@gmail.com or message Shauna at Willow Arts to set up a call.

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