Our next issue of antilang. magazine is themed around Labour and will be edited with special guest Anahita Jamali Rad. Here are Jamali Rad's thoughts on the theme and what they're looking for in submissions: In this late capitalist moment, labour is driven and defined by algorithmic time, a production cycle of clicks, likes, and subscribes.… Continue reading antilang. no. 9 – Labour – open for submissions!
We are very excited to announce the theme for antilang. no. 9—the first in a cycle of three special issues for 2021—Labour! Joining our editorial team for this topic is special guest editor Anahita Jamali Rad. Anahita Jamali Rad is a text-forward artist born in Iran and currently based in Tiohtià꞉ke on the Traditional Territory… Continue reading antilang. no. 9 theme & guest editor
Hi Friends! A while back—before we opened for submissions to antilang. no. 4—we announced that our three issues for the year would be themed: “succinct speculations,” “pithy politics,” and “blunt blogs.” While we hyped our next issue in our most recent blog post, we’ve made some changes to its theme. Originally, we had wanted to… Continue reading On Issue 6: Theme Change