Ash is a new magazine that features stories and art made by women and non-binary people. It was created with the aim of giving equal presence and power of words to those who, in today's world of information, still dominated by male voices, do not have any.
Each issue of Ash features a wide range of honest and uplifting interviews on a common theme, presented alongside often politically engaged artwork and illustrations.
With a focus on feminism, body positivity, gender identity, racism and social justice, Ash addresses inequalities and supports all minorities.
The magazine is independent, completely adv free and driven by the desire to offer a genuine point of view.
Dimensions: 16.5x24 cm
Number of pages: 108
The third issue of Ash is a collection of perspectives on the meaning of home, presented, as always, along with extraordinary artwork and illustrations. In many ways, this period of uncertainty and upheaval has forced us to consider our place within our communities, our country and our planet. What have we learned? What knowledge can we carry forward beyond this current crisis? How can we improve? How can we unite? For many of us, home is a refuge, permission to be vulnerable. For others, the home is a coveted place, a threat. Home is belonging, validation and inheritance, a source of pride or shame; perhaps, a body.
In this number:
- Immerse yourself in conflicting communities: Toronto's illegal party circuit, American Indian reservations in the Dakota
- Navigate patriotism when you are not feeling proud
- Feeling at home in yourself and in your body
- The domestic life of women in Beirut
- Surgery inspired art
- School strike and climate activism
- Chronic disease during a pandemic
- Explore dysfunctional families
- Trying to masturbate in peace ... and much more