OPAWL is excited to launch our first digital Zine, featuring creative works from Asian, Pacific Islander, Black, and Brown women and nonbinary/trans artists in Ohio and across the nation. QuaranZINE: Pandemic Stories explores themes of pandemic, mass protests for justice, and community building/advocacy in 2020. We hope that this zine will serve as a touchstone for years to come to remind us of everything we have lost, everything we have gained, and everything we fought for in 2020.
Please consider contributing any amount to access a digital copy. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to request a free copy.
All funds will support OPAWL's work to build collective power and solidarity in the Ohio Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander community.
Thank you to our editor-in-chief Fariha Tayyab, as well as Sangeet Brar, Antoinette Charfauros McDaniel, Jona Hilario, Flora Hong, Molly Jasina, Anjali Kapoor, Julia Kuo, Emily Hanako Momohara, Tanya Salyers, and Tessa Xuan for their invaluable editorial, design, and strategic support.
Note: It may take a few minutes to process the zine before you can access it.
A digital copy of QuaranZINE: Pandemic Stories