All My Relations Volume 2 is an art and lit, online and printed magazine, exploring the themes of colonization and decolonization, open to BIPOC creatives only.
“I wanted to provide space to my fellow Black, Indigenous, and/or people of color to share their authentic stories. To reflect on their ancestors, to explore the complete variety of feelings that come from decolonizing their history, to explain the rituals that help them cope with the effects of colonization, to muse on alternative realities where colonization never occurred, and/or to reflect on a colonization-free future. To share, to say in their own words or visuals what they wanted to say, and to, hopefully heal.”Chris Talbot-Heindl
Volume 2 of All My Relations explores the themes of colonization and decolonization.
Please be aware that most of the pieces contained here have a content warning of colonization. Additional content warnings are provided before each piece.
This volume features:
Art by: Chris Talbot-Heindl, Joshua Effiong, Yanna Ridimann, and Zaynab Bobi
Fiction by: Guy Melvin, M. Kaur, Waverly Woldemichael, and Yutong Yang
Non-Fiction by: A. Coghlan, Charlie D’Aniello Trigueros, and Julián Esteban Torres López
Poetry by: Divyasri Krishnan, Kayleigh Sim, Maria Bolaños, Neen Ramos, Roseline Mgbodichinma, and Shiksha Dheda
Check out Volume 2, below! If you would like to purchase a printed copy of the volume, visit our store. Proceeds will be used to pay our BIPOC, gender variant, and disabled contributors.
All My Relations Volume 1 is an art and lit, online and printed magazine, exploring the theme of familial (blood, adopted, affirming, community, or other “family”) loss or ancestry, prioritizing traditionally marginalized creators, but open to all.
“Each of our journeys through loss is individual, but we don’t need to experience that journey alone. I hope that as you review the pieces in this anthology, you feel a sense of communal healing with all your relations. With love to all my relations,”Chris Talbot-Heindl
Volume 1 of All My Relations honors the lost, our journeys through loss, and communal healing.
Please be aware that most of the pieces contained here have a content warning of death and grief. Additional content warnings are provided before each piece.
This volume features:
Art by: Chris Talbot-Heindl and Melissa Jennings
Fiction by: Chitra Gopalakrishnan, Eleanor Hughes, Iona Murphy, Kayleigh Jayshree, and LJ Kessels
Nonfiction by: Chris Talbot-Heindl, Fefe, H.E. Casson, Hannah E Wohlenberg, Jowell Tan, Lana Phillips, Magi Sumpter, Megan Cannella, Rimika Solloway, Robert Fromberg, Sarena Tien, and Tangela Williams-Spann
Poetry by: AJ Buckle, Amoye Favour, Boloere Seibidor, Bree Bailey, Courtney LeBlanc, Fran Fernández Arce, Glennys Egan, Isabella J Mansfield, Jacquelyn “Jacsun” Shah, Jaromir Stoll, Jen Ghidiu, Katherine J Zumpano, Kendra Nuttall, Kimberly Glanzman, kyrah gomes, Laura Ma, Liv Gamble, Lorelei Bacht, Lynne Schmidt, Madison Gill, Matthew Schultz, Natascha Graham, Neel Trivedi, Nora Nadjarian, Pam R. Johnson Davis, Roi Alexis Martinez-Soto, Sabina Khan-Ibarra, Sara Siddiqui Chansarkar, Sossity Chiricuzio, Stacy Casson, and writerime
Check out Volume 1, below! If you would like to purchase a printed copy of the volume, visit our store. Proceeds will be used to pay our BIPOC, gender variant, and disabled contributors.