a CULTUrAL ANTHOLOGY
POSTSCRIPT is a cultural anthology bringing together the multiplicity of perspectives of socially conscious and independent thinking women. A cross between a newspaper and an academic journal, we aim to produce inspiring and informative content reframing women of culture in contemporary conversations.
The publication will focus on a single theme per issue and feature in-depth articles and essays, interviews and contributions from inspiring modern women. Released bi-annually, readers can expect to find works covering topics relating to art, culture, fashion and current affairs, alongside editorials and original works of artistic expression.
ISSUE 1: KINSHIP
For our debut issue, POSTSCRIPT delves reflectively into sites of connection and dissonance, taking a deeper look at how we foster relationships, maintain feelings of community and find connectivity in unfamiliar spaces.
KESANG BALL reviews the world of tech ahead of the launch of her latest travel app, Trippin
CHINASA CHUKWU explores the myths of Akwete
RAMA DUWAJI illustrates kids of the Middle East
HELENE SELAM KLEIH examines loitering as political action
IRENOSEN OKOJIE shares a tale about a dystopian future
EJATU SHAW unpicks her black, British and Muslim identity
ZING TSJENG shares her thoughts on journalism and her Forgotten Women series
ELVIRA VEDELAGO explores a theory of nationalism with relation to the media.