Hi y’all! I’ve seen a couple of fanzines floating around and wanted to put one together for Les Mis… and decided on an Enjoltaire Fanzine! The zine will be made on the issuu website. It’s a non-profit, 100% free fanzine for all ages. We are looking for fanfic, poetry, lyrics, photosets, edits, fanart, even videos! And if there’s something else you would like to submit to the fanzine, go ahead and do so. We are open to any and all media (as long as issuu can accommodate it).
The plan is to publish the fanzine in January 2017 and to keep the publications going for every three months. Each issue will have a theme and this debut issue’s theme is… CHRISTMAS/NEWS YEARS. Take the theme however you want to, the sky’s the limit! Most importantly, have fun and spread the word. We would love to have at least a 15-page issue to begin and would be delighted to have even more!
The deadline for submissions is December 15, 2016 at midnight. Submit your work by either posting it to tumblr and tagging the @enjoltairefanzine blog, OR submit your work directly to the @enjoltairefanzine blog. You are allowed up to 3 submissions. Submissions can be strictly one medium or a combination of 2-3 different media types.
With the spirit of Halloween looming, this issue’s theme will be HAUNTED
Send us your ghost stories, your creepy photos, your weird drawings. Talk about your deepest, darkest fears. Think about the past and things that haunt you, think about the future and things that scare you. What are you so afraid of?
SOMALI SEMANTICS Somali Semantics, from the perspectives of two somali girls born and raised in toronto and montreal, explores the intersections between girlhood, blackness, and “authentic” somalinimo, includes our ruminations on sex, patriarchy, and the policing of women’s bodies thru culture, religion, etc. and hopes to spark honest conversations surrounding diaspora and identity making.
2 months of hard work has finally come to this day. Our best issue yet! With features from Dita Von Teese, T.Mills, Corey Shapiro, YACHT, and so much more. 250 pages of pure bliss! CLICK HERE (or just jump to the site) to enjoy!
The Sophisticated Winter 2015 Issue has hit the stands just in time for the holidays. As ever, we would like to personally thank all of the people who have been a driving force and inspiration that has kept this humble dream alive.
Without you, there would be no point to such an endeavor, it would be fruitless and without meaning. Together, in this time of reflection, building traditions or upholding old ones, and in the spirit of generosity and giving, we dedicate this issue to all of the unsung heroes who bless our lives every single day.
May your journey find peace wherever it may lead and may you look back upon times shared with fondness, rejoicing in the good times and holding them as precious memories for years to come.
Food Thoughts, Minh Nguyen Food Thoughts is a critique of the absence of race and class analyses in mainstream food-related movements, such as those calling for organic or animal-free consumption. The critiques are heavily supported by the scholarship of Dr. Breeze Harper. Many examples are specific to Seattle, WA, the author’s hometown.
My team and I have been working hard on this issue for a few months now and it would be awesome if you go check it out and show us some support and love. I want this to become a platform for discovering great artists so please share this and help us! +inside magazine you will find great playlist to listen while you are reading :D