We aim to be a platform for working-class Black, Indigenous and/or People of Color and their art. We are unapologetically pro-Black, pro-trans, pro-migrant, anti-capitalist, anti-imperialist, and anti-cop/military. Because we believe that art and information should be for all, not only for those that can afford it, our publications will always be free to read.
We publish Granada, a literary journal, once a year (January 21st), as well as a visual art exhibit (March 21st). We also aim to publish chapbooks, anthologies, and larger pieces. If you think your work would be a good fit to be shown in this space, please check out the submit tab above. To be kept in the loop about our future publications, subscribe to be added to our mailing list.
We would love to know your input on any of our work. Have a comment on how to improve our accessibility, a point of view you might see us missing, or any other thing you might want us to know? We'd love to hear from you! Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, send us your work! We'd love to see it.