A Nothing to Say publication
"We're experimenting with moving to print, starting with a zine of our most recently published article, an exploration of art in the face of adversity by Chibụìhè Obi, a queer poet in Nigeria who is a vocal advocate for queer art in Africa, and who is a very good poet! The article can be read in full at https://nothing-to-say.org/chibuihe-obi/to-art-safely.html." -Nothing to Say
chibuihe achimba is a queer nigerian poet, essayist, photographer, and co-founder of kabaka magazine. his work has appeared in guernica, heart journal, cosmonauts avenue, gnarled oak, brittle paper, and expound magazine.
nothing to say is non profit arts jounral. It's a place where some artists write about thing they care about. There are many contributors. There is a broad sort of theme asking what does it mean to be an artist in the 21st centery? But that, like the answer to the question, will probably change.
this work and many other can be read freely and subscribed to at nothing-to-say.org
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8.5 x 5.4 inches, 12 pages, Print Date: 2018-11-24