Carnation is a submission-based, self-published zine that shares artwork and writing created through a lens of diaspora and displacement by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of colour). Based on Treaty 1 Territory and Homeland of the Métis Nation, Carnation is a collaboration between artists and friends Christina Hajjar, Luther Konadu, and Mariana Muñoz Gomez.
Volume II (Pleasure), 2021
9×10.5, 116 pages, perfect binding
Foreword address: Jas M. Morgan
Contributors: Adrienne Yeung, Bishara Elmi, Caitlin Taguibao, Cassandra “Chuck” Cochrane, Cheyenne Rain LeGrande ᑭᒥᐊᐧᐣ, Chiamaka Barbara Ukwuegbu, Cilla, Ekene Emeka-Maduka, Faith Paré, Florence Yee & Arezu Salamzadeh, Hagere Selam “shimby” Zegeye-Gebrehiwot, Hema Krueger Vyas, Janell Henry, Lacie Burning, Marissa Sean Cruz, Megan Wray, Nawang Tsomo, Nour Abi-Nakhoul, Nyda Kwasowsky, Olivia Klevorn, Preston Pavlis, Raiyan Syeda, Sabrina Sukhdeo, Steven Beckly, Vanessa Anakwudwabisayquay Susan Cook, Whess Harman, Wren Tian-Morris 天琳琳, Yaimel Lopez.
Volume I, 2018
5.5×8.5, 38 pages, stapled
Contributors: Jade Morgan, Nada Beydoun, Chukwudubem Ukaigwe, Marsiha Thomas, Nancy Nguyen, Mahlet Cuff, Hassaan Ashraf, assiyah jamilla, Vanessa Godden, Zee Morales, Anahita Jamali Rad, Sarah Hassouneh, Ana Speranza, Mary Hazboun, Ketty Haoling Zhang, Annie Beach, Johanna Toruño.