A space to share our collective community's:

Critical thought | Untold stories | Poems | Micro-essays | Illustrations | Sounds | Photography | Art



Wet sand, fleet cloud, an aching urge to fly,
Stars singing of ethereal things.
But I could only gaze into the sky . . .
Then you . . . and wings!

—Translated from an ancient Chinese poet, by Joseph Washington Hall.

The Community Voice is our place to share the wonder of our community. You.

  • After an overwhelmingly wonderful flood of submissions for our special Summer zine, we have decided to make all zines dedicated to our Communities (your) Voices!
  • So, we are currently seeking a diversity of submissions in response to our current topic →RELEASE←, for our next Zine, to be launched in Autumn 2022!
  • We feel like RELEASE says a lot about right now.
  • Approach the topic in whatever way you feel. Respond in text, sound, colour, photos, pixels; there are no boundaries. (Yes, we will find a way to print your sounds!)
  • Submissions close midnight Sunday, January 23, 2022.

Each selected piece will:

  • Be rewarded a 3-pack of our wines.
  • Be featured in our riso-printed ZINE, here on our website, and shared with our community via our mailing list & social media.

Next selection date.

Next selections will be made at the end of January 2022, and will be notified via email within one week.

Make a submission:

Please email us direct with your submission. Be sure to write your name and Instagram handle if you'd like them shared! Thank you so much for your contribution!

Terms & Conditions for selections:
Selections happen the week after the submission deadline and will be contacted within one week via email // We will send you a 3-pack of wines in exchange for your submission // Each selected piece will be featured in our printed zine, on our website + social media and shared with our mailing list // Thank you!

Latest selects:

  1. On Play: 'still havin fun' by Tegan Iversen

    Tegan Iversen, an artist, illustrator & curator.
    A hand-drawn artwork.
    Read more →
  2. On Play: 'Playtime was' by Charlotte Grant.

    Charlotte Grant, a writer, on playtime nostalgia.
    A poem.
    Read more →
  3. On Play: Mark Chu.

    Mark Chu, a multidisciplinary artist and writer, on play. 
    A painting. 
    Read more →