A monthly zine publication about

working-class history and culture

in Portsmouth, New Hampshire  

by Mikey Ippolito

“WE ARE STILL HERE”

CURRENTLY ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS

IN THE FORM OF ART,   PHOTOGRAPHY & WRITING.

WITH THE FOCUS OF THIS MONTH BEING

BLACK LIVES MATTER IN PORTSMOUTH

​Priority given to BIPOC | Compensation Offered | Limited Space

SUBMISSIONS WILL BE PUBLISHED BASED ON THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:

Is the work relevant to the monthly theme and overall goals of the publication?​  Does it sincerely and clearly convey a feeling, idea, or point?  Is it a unique expression?

Is the work relevant to the monthly theme and overall goals of the publication?​  Does it sincerely and clearly convey a feeling, idea, or point?  Is it a unique expression?

Is the work relevant to the monthly theme and overall goals of the publication?​  Does it sincerely and clearly convey a feeling, idea, or point?  Is it a unique expression?

WANT A PREVIEW?

"WHY I DON’T TRUST PORTSMOUTH PD" 

A brief pamphlet on recent injustices in Portsmouth policing.

WHAT IS THIS?

A personal project by Mikey Ippolito (they/them or he/him), a Portsmouth resident and history student at Clark University.  A radical publication about parts of Portsmouth unseen or ignored by popular perspectives.  A collaboration between creative folks on the Seacoast - writers, poets, artists, photographers, all types of work are welcome.  An effort to promote expression, education, and action supporting marginalized and working-class identities in Portsmouth.  A project for the liberation of all people, with a working-class, queer, feminist perspective and a pro-BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) agenda.

HOW CAN YOU FIND IT?

Monthly issues will be released throughout the summer, free of charge and easy to access but for now...

Monthly issues will be released throughout the summer, free of charge and easy to access but for now...

WITHOUT YOU THERE IS NO IT SO SUBMIT!