Black Folks Zine – Edition 1: Call for submissions

BlitzIn the Spring of 2018, Marly Pierre-Louis (co-founder of the Amsterdam Black Women group, writer and my dear Sister) and I will release the first edition of our zine. Black Folks Zine is absolutely a work title but let there be no mistake: the writings, illustrations and photography will be about, made by and catering to the Black communities in the Netherlands.

New deadline: February 28, 2018.
Please send your piece(s) to:

Call for submissions
“The last 10 years have been a rollercoaster with new highs, squeaky bolts and loose belts. There were new waves that (re)claimed our spaces and floods of violence questioning, sometimes even challenging our humanity. The realities – joys, sorrows and everything in between) of being Black in the Netherlands need and deserve to be told.

We’re putting together a zine and want you in it! f you’d like to share your writing, drawings, poetry, essays, comics, interviews, or photographs about your experiences this call is for you.”
Click here for our list of topics (written in both English and Dutch).

The gif is taken from Blitz The Ambassador’s video Shine. It is, truly, a mood.


About Zeefuik

Zeefuik is an Amsterdam based writer and organizer whose work focuses on imagery, representation, anti-Black racism, (digital) archives and the undocumented members of the Black communities in the Netherlands.

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