WAHC’s youth council is assembling a zine about young workers and COVID-19, we’d like to hear from you!
Is your boss a scumbag? Do you know what a paid sick day is? Can you afford rent with your wages? Have you been working from home? Were you collecting CERB?
We’re looking for your creative writing, articles, anecdotes, rants, artwork or poetry for our zine about work and COVID-19. Anonymous submissions welcome.
Keywords: Work, youth, pandemic, COVID-19, labour, part-time, union, contract, laid-off, unfair labour practices, exploitation, underpaid, gig workers, minimum wage, customer service, CERB, working from home, mental health
HOW TO SUBMIT:
– email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11:59pm on March 31
– we accept: articles, creative writing, anecdotes, rants, poetry, comics, or artwork
– writing is limited to 350 words (no pdfs)
– artwork must be 5.5” x 8.5”, jpgs or pngs with a minimum 300 dpi
DEADLINE: March 31st at 11:59pm
WHAT IS A ZINE?
A Zine (pronounced Zeen) is a small DIY self-published booklet or mini-magazine most commonly produced on a photocopier. The most popular zine size is an 8.5″ x 11″ paper folded in half. The main goal of producing a zine is to circulate ideas and information whereas other publications are profit-driven. Zines are often made in an edition of 100 or less and have a long history, from science fiction fandom in the 1940s to the punk scene.
For more information on WAHC’s youth council, click HERE.
For more information or questions about the zine please email email@example.com.