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Issue 2: Revolution (digital copy)

Issue 2: Revolution (digital copy)



The etymology of revolution dates back to the 14th century in reference to the rotation of celestial bodies - fitting for a zine called Venus. Today, we speak of political or socioeconomic revolutions, activities, and movements designed to effect fundamental changes. Fitting, again, given that when we initially started Venus, it stood for Very Empowered Nymphs Uplifting our Sex. Change is inherrent in our purpose. As we laughed and cried our way through 2018 and stumbled into 2019, we realized that our next issue had to be about exploring the diversity of perspectives on revolutionary acts today. But to do this, we wanted to ground ourselves in the past: the French Revolution! So there we have it, an intergalatic theme with a very, very retro- almost classique feel. 

Contributors: A.E Sadeghipour. Arash Sufi. Aleksa Tešić. Alex Schiller. Alia Diamond. Ashley Sebök. Astra Pentaxia. Christa Blackmon. Clémence Rauch. Gustavo Abbott. Hooker Problems. Jennifer Caddick. Laura Baker. Liza Friedman. Madinah Wardak Noorai. Maria Moersen. Mira Cohen. Natalia Maurer. Pol Kurucz. Pouneh Best. Rad Alien BB. Sabrina Sköll. Shivani Lakshmi. 

Co-editors. Emily Cartier. Shamayel Shalizi.

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