Carnation is a new submission-based zine! We publish art and writing created through a lens of diaspora and displacement, prioritizing contributions from BIPOC (black, Indigenous, and people of colour).
Carnation is edited by Christina Hajjar, Luther Konadu, and Mariana Muñoz Gomez. We are based out of Winnipeg, Manitoba on Treaty 1 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis Nation. Treaty 1 Territory is the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples.
Volume 1 (Fall 2018)
- 17 contributors
- 38 pages printed in colour in monochromatic green
- Letter size paper folded to 8.5×5.5 pages
- $5-15 sliding scale (pay what you can)
Anahita Jamali Rad
Ketty Haoling Zhang
Christina Hajjar is a first-generation Lebanese-Canadian queer femme emerging artist, writer, and organizer. Through poetry, performance, and installation, her practice grapples with diaspora, intergenerational inheritance, food culture, and feminism. She loves creative and critical writing, and is a co-creator and co-editor of Whiny Femmes zine and the Flux Writing Program. christinahajjar.com
Luther Konadu is an emerging writer and an image-maker. He’s also a content contributor for the online publication Public Parking, a collaborative project for highlighting the working practices of emerging creatives. His studio activities are project-based and realized through photographic print media and painting processes.
Mariana Muñoz Gomez is a Mexican-Canadian artist and writer. Her current practice addresses topics of identity and language through postcolonial and feminist lens. She works in various media including text, printmaking, and photography. She has worked with many arts organizations in Winnipeg and was a co-founding member of Sappho Zine Collective. marianamunoz.ca