Sistahs on the Shelf is featured in the latest issue of reSOUND magazine. reSOUND is a quarterly online and print publication for Black lesbians and allies of the community and cause featuring women in differing stages of their careers, relationships, and development.
The article discusses the history of SOTS and plans for its future, as well as fun facts about the SOTS founder, Rena.
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reSOUND, a new quarterly publication targeting Black lesbians and those who love and support us, has arrived.
reSOUND offers a fresh and relevant glimpse into a variety of works from women in differing stages of their careers, relationships and development. This quarterly fosters community and collaboration around the works, lives and bonds of contributors—and gives readers both familiar and opposing perspectives from the experiences and inspiration of women with shared background(s). There are no rules—just aspiration and vision.
This premiere publication is available in print and digital editions. The digital edition is FREE for the remainder of February.
Publication Link: http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/33540
You can visit the magazine’s website at http://www.respublishing.com.
reSOUND is also looking for submissions. Authors, writers, poets, journalists, photographers, creatives, and those who aspire to become the former are encouraged to team with the magazine for this groundbreaking publication. To serve as a staff contributor, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. More information about submitting to reSOUND can be found at http://www.respublishing.com/submissions.
CineMatiq Magazine, a new quarterly publication created to bring readers a unique and distinct perspective in cinema and beyond, is searching for writers. The magazine’s main focus is bringing the reader a unique and distinct perceptive on Black LGBT images in cinema but also highlighting the filmmaker and their experience making a film about the black LGBT experience. CineMatiq also features how to articles, film and film equipment reviews and resources for filmmakers.
Writing for CineMatiq is open to everyone, gay or straight, and they highly encourage people of color to apply. To be considered, please send a writing sample and link to your work for review by visiting the website and clicking on the “Submissions” link.
Angel L. Brown, founder, says, “Creating CineMatiq Magazine was a natural step for me. I had the idea in my head since the launch of Queer Black Cinema film series in 2006. It was a matter of time and experience learning the film business and becoming a leading resource/consultant of Black LGBT cinema. Launching CineMatiq was another way for me to give back to the community creating a platform in print, archiving film critique for people to discussion and debate for generations long after I leave this earth.”
CineMatiq Magazine will be a quarterly online publication available for download for $4.95. It will feature indie and mainstream filmmakers on the cover. Content will include everything from film reviews to equipment suggestions and production advice columns.
To view a copy of the magazine, visit http://www.cinematiqmag.com. While there, please partake of the quick survey.