MOMS WRAP-UP

by GUTS 

 

It’s official: the MOMS Issue is over. We’re so proud of the diverse, bold, and engaging work we’ve put out this month, and we hope you’ve enjoyed reading! Thank you to everyone who made it possible—our contributors, artists, editors, readers, our moms, and all those who came out to our launch party in Toronto.

 

If you’ve enjoyed the work we’ve put out, we have a request: please consider donating to GUTS to help keep the conversation going. GUTS is a volunteer-run organization, but we’re working hard to pay our contributors. Your donations make that possible—even a small amount is very valuable to us.

 

If you aren’t in a position to donate financially, there are lots of other ways you can help support independent feminist publishing in Canada. Tell your friends and family about GUTS. Make sure that you like GUTS on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to stay updated with all the latest news. You can also sign up for our mailing list, just send an email to editors@gutsmagazine.ca with “Mailing List” in the subject line. Finally, you can write for us—check out our submission guidelines for the blog and keep your eyes peeled for the call for submissions for our next issue.

 
We’d also love to hear from you—whether you have feedback, criticism, questions, concerns, or if you want to get involved with GUTS in some way, please send us an email at editors@gutsmagazine.ca.

 

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