"The way [POSTSCRIPT] brings attention to narratives often lost or overlooked in the whirlwind of media is highly important. Each essay, each portrait, each thought is a work of art in itself."
Who are POSTSCRIPT?
POSTSCRIPT explores critical thought from contemporary women. Featuring creatives and academics from varied backgrounds, we merge well-researched and analytical writing with evocative and artistic expressions for critical thinkers and socially-engaged audiences. As a Black-owned and female-led journal, our aim is to support and share the work of women of colour artists and thinkers, connecting readers to differing ideas, customs and perspectives on the world we share.
Why have you created Chapter[s]?
The range of creative and critical work that women of colour are producing in their respective fields is incredible and vital, but is still frequently overlooked, underrepresented and not properly supported in academic or mainstream settings. We created Chapter[s] with the aim of centring the works of women of colour in intellectual and artistic narratives globally.
Chapter[s] mission is to amplify and advance the work of women of colour academics, artists and activists who are shaping creative, cultural and knowledge production in their industries, while also increasing accessibility and exposure to original and innovative work from women of colour for our audience.
What do I get as a member?
Chapter[s] provides accessible and regular exposure to original and innovative work from women of colour academics, artists and activists globally. Each monthly chapter is curated by a different guest editor around a chosen theme that relates to their practice and/or research, including creative and written works, event pinboards and reading lists.
Who are the guest editors?
Women of colour artists and thinkers who are shaping creative, cultural and knowledge production in their respective fields. Editors will be announced quarterly across our digital channels. Subscribe to our free newsletter and follow us on Instagram to stay informed.
What our readers are saying:
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