From Berkshires DSA <[email protected]>
Subject [Berkshire DSA] Submissions Open For Our New Chapter Zine!
Date February 3, 2021 7:20 PM
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Hi there!

So, in response to a discussion we had at our last chapter meeting, we're
starting a new chapter zine! We will be accepting submissions of poetry,
prose, photography, and illustration. The zine will explore topics
underneath the socialism umbrella, which include (but are not limited to):
worker rights, human rights, healthcare, ecosocialism, mutual aid,
community organizing, building alliances, socialist art, feminism,
community gardens, the history of socialism, the history of labor activism,
dismantling the police, etc. We would LOVE your input! We hope to send out
the zine in the next two months, so send your stuff on over.

Submissions should be sent to [email protected] by March 5, 2021.
Please limit prose and poetry submissions to 1,500 words and submit them in
a word doc. If submitting images, please make sure they're reasonably
high-res. The zine will be digital for now though we hope to make physical
copies available in the future. If you'd like to help put the zine
together, let me know!

Thank you everyone! I'm so looking forward to seeing your work and working
with you to put this together.



Abigail Childs
Christian Kennedy
Co-Chairs, Executive Committee
Berkshires DSA

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