Worms is a biannual literary magazine that celebrates the culture of female writers. It is a magazine about style: writing style, but also tailoring. "We are all worms" - explains the creator, Clem Macleod, in her editorial, and "in the end, we will be devoured by them. With Worms, you will fertilize your mind with glorious words".
Worms presents style as another type of non-verbal language: a means of understanding and controlling the self, starting with the clothes we wear.
Dimensions: 27 x 18 cm
Number of pages: 116
The title of this second issue of Worms is "Revolting Women", all about the figures of women who are literally rioters.
It tells and brings to light female figures who have used writing and literature to fight injustice, to free themselves, to change the course of things.
In the eclectic and slightly trashy style of worms, without predefined patterns, inside we find stories about being trans, about the identity of a female writer, about sex workers, about the practice of pissing or about food-porn.
This issue of the magazine is also mainly in black and white, but manages to combine its large written part with irreverent images that convey an idea of powerful and not subordinate femininity.