GUTS + LART

Dear all,

Thank you to everyone who made it to the GUTS + LART collaborative party. The night was full of new faces, loud music and of course, the bold and sexy lart.

In other news: As we prepare for the release of our inaugural issue, we are still accepting visual pieces (photographs, art, etc) to accompany selected articles addressing the state of feminism in Canada. For more information about submitting visual pieces, please contact gutsmag@gmail.com. We ask that submissions be received in digital format no later than April 21.

Yours,

GUTS

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