Hey world. The Plum Collection has died recently, and I would like to revive it. I’m opening up submissions because I’m interested in making a free zine! Just click here and send us your best poem, story, commentary, advice, drawing, painting, or anything else you may have created, and we’ll consider it for our zine. Reblog to spread the word!
Are you 13-19, with a penchant for all things arts and literature? The Plum Collection is a bimonthly free zine that aims to showcase teenagers’ unique artistic culture. Just click here and send us your best poem, story, commentary, advice, drawing, painting, photograph or anything else you may have created, and we’ll consider it for our zine. Reblog to spread the word!
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Plum - Winter Issue Our new issue is out! We’d like to thank all of our contributors – this issue would have never been brought to fruition without the enthusiastic contribution of brave new youth voices! Please stay tuned for an important announcement over the course of next week! - Abigail & Fay
Do you have original work that fits Plum’s aims? If so, please submit here and here, preferably by Tuesday! We accept all forms of poetry, prose, photography, illustration work, and political or personal essays, regardless of whether they have been published otherwhere.
We apologise for the belatedness of this issue. Both of us have been very busy with school, sleep, and (sometimes, although not often) social or extracurricular responsibilities. We tried to stay as true to the aims of Plum as possible, which is why this issue emphasises quality over quantity.
Our next issue is scheduled for release around late December/early January. If you’re interested in being part of a movement by youth, for youth, please send us your poetry, prose, photography, political commentaries, essays, or other art here or here.
This issue has not been an easy one to make, yet we still owe its existence to our amazing contributors. We hope you’ll take this opportunity to further inquire into their artistic body of work!
The Plum Collection has an exciting announcement to make. After the success of our past two zine issues, we have decided to diversify our repertoire in an attempt to effect even more diverse change in the literary scene, by creating festivals, workshops, and other related events in both Toronto and Boston. At the same time, we wish to improve the efficiency of our online ventures, by seeking outreach assistants, graphic artists, and editors.
If you are looking to become a part of this exciting opportunity, please apply directly at the link below: