The food of coastal Africa has long nourished the bodies and fed the spiritsof many as it moved, along with a people, from its original continent across seas. Harvest echoes this original journey as it follows a young girl recalling childhood and discovering adulthood all while navigating different spaces and times. Amanya Maloba’s debut collection of contemporary African American vignettes is told in a voice that echoes generations of these stories, but is resolutely her own—personal and raw. Maloba has watered the soil of her imagination with laughter, tears, and centuries of wisdom, and the harvest she has brought forth is every bit as rich and rewarding as those nutrients promise. Perfect to savour one at time, but you may find yourself devouring these sweet and sour vignettes in one sitting.
Hu$tle and Flow is the second zine by cannabis-inspired art collective, Women.Weed.WFi. Through our own stories and the many others of those who contributed to the zine, we offer a unique insight into the life and times of women who grind with incredible vision and determination. This is for the people who can relate to punching a clock and burning the midnight oil for their passions afterwards only to wake up and get back to work. Purchase here.
Say Perhaps to Sobriety is Women.Weed.WiFi’s inaugural zine that showcases stories across all mediums centering around how we maintain our sanity–be it through sobriety or our own definition of clarity. Purchase here.