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    Em Marshall

    Em Marshall is a self-conscious compound of matter and form and Editor here at Mask Magazine.

    Cameos: Briana Cheng, Ada Banks, and Fox Moldy

    Cameos Briana Cheng, Ada Banks, and Fox Moldy get at us about their favorite poets, current dreams, and best summer camp memories.

    Molly from the Swamp

    Molly from the Swamp Molly Steele’s photography articulates her visionary progress through the wilder parts of the world.

    Rage to Bitchcraft’s “Tensions” Mix

    DJ Bitchcraft’s “Tensions” Mix puts a a swarm of obstinate DJs and producers in conversation – the perfect soundtrack for a boiling summer

    As Bad As They

    As Bad As They Bella Bravo speaks to their zeal for storytelling and all its un-positioned parts

    Cameos: Alou Minati, Alessandra Hoshor, Avry

    Cameos Alou Minati, Alessandra Hoshor, and Avry give us their sense of the swampy South.

    To The Swamp

    This is the Swamp Issue where we transform our stubborn selves into lively new things, gentle, flexible, and deadly.

    Chelsea Lets Her Hair Down

    Chelsea Lets Her Hair Down It was her first day of freedom and she really did it up!

    Queer Cafeteria

    Queer Cafeteria is both the pre-party warm up and the after-party tribute to Fed Up Fest. It's a podcast produced by organizers of Fed Up Fest, with monthly episodes addressing queer issues in all their personal complexity.

    Towards Health Autonomy: Interview with Dr. Frank MD

    What would it take for healthcare to radically change in our country? According to Dr. Frank Coughlin, it may require doctors to betray their class and give up their comforts and economic securities.

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    Be Careful

    This is the Material Issue, in which we contemplate the correlation between deep trust, strong communities, and the impact of transgressive acts like breaking windows during a riot.

    A House In Oakland

    A House In Oakland A tight-knit group create shelters for the homeless in an innovative and reproducible way, direct action.

    Cameos: Kashi Tamang, Masha, and Chinwe Okona

    Cameos Kashi Tamang, Masha, and Chinwe Okona talk looks, lonely, and horoscopes.

    Watch Pamela_ and her sons’s New Video “Green Light”

    Post-Apocalyptic Sensuality Watch the new music video “Green Light” from Pamela_ and her sons.

    James Baldwin's Last Words

    watch the trailer for I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO, James Baldwin's powerful last words

    He Will Not Divide Us

    He Will Not Divide Us Shia LaBeouf amends this fateful day with a bit of internet performance art.

    Cameos: Eph, Mica Levine, and V Piquett

    Cameos: Eph, Mica Levine, and V Piquett share their current looks and guilty pleasures.

    Make It Through

    2017 may come to make 2016 look like 2015. Its walls are closing in and it’s time we plan our escape.

    It’s Gorgeous When You Die

    It's Gorgeous When You Die Watch this short documentary on the intimate work of a headstone carver.

    Cameos: Kai Cherot, Eva M. Nelson, and B. Flickinger

    Cameos: our friends Kai Cherot, Eva M. Nelson, and B. Flickinger share some of their insights on living magic

    Watch: Standing Rock Water Protectors on Why They Fight

    All My Relations Standing Rock water protectors on native warrior culture and why they are fighting

    How to Carve a Turkey

    Best Way to Carve a Turkey Here’s how you can support Standing Rock and the resistance against DAPL.

    Arianna Gil / Brujas 1971

    New Streetwear from the Brujas Collective To Benefit Prisoners Kicks Off, Arianna Gil the founder spoke with us a bit about it and their part in the greater discourse of prison abolition.

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