The Interjection Calendar 007 edited by Ashleigh Williams

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Montez Press is very pleased to present THE INTERJECTION CALENDAR 007, featuring work by Hassnat Sikander & Jon Edgley, Lizzie Homersham, leah coughlan, Jamie Steedman, Tanaka Fuego, Pete MacHale, Mark Schoenfeld, Odie Spinelli, Gabi Davies, Audrey Ryan, Matilde Cerruti Quara, and Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, and guest edited by artist Ashleigh Williams, who leads the Babeworld collective.

From the Editor’s Note by Ashleigh Williams: This collection of writing centers under-represented communities, from being a mixed-race gyal in a club, to, well, the Kentucky Fried Anti-Christ. Yep, you heard that right. Kentucky Fried Anti-Christ. The format of the calendar allows the artists to have control of how they express their experience, and over 2021 THE INTERJECTION CALENDAR 007 has been a place to platform artists and thinkers who have used the space for reflection, critical dialogue, or even just to express their love for JT from City Girls. This Calendar offers a dialogue that extends further than pre-conceived notions of identity, and a platform for those who are oppressed to exist beyond being labelled an ‘activist’, and beyond being dictated to by societal expectations of being marginalised.

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Montez Press is very pleased to present THE INTERJECTION CALENDAR 007, featuring work by Hassnat Sikander & Jon Edgley, Lizzie Homersham, leah coughlan, Jamie Steedman, Tanaka Fuego, Pete MacHale, Mark Schoenfeld, Odie Spinelli, Gabi Davies, Audrey Ryan, Matilde Cerruti Quara, and Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley, and guest edited by artist Ashleigh Williams, who leads the Babeworld collective.

From the Editor’s Note by Ashleigh Williams: This collection of writing centers under-represented communities, from being a mixed-race gyal in a club, to, well, the Kentucky Fried Anti-Christ. Yep, you heard that right. Kentucky Fried Anti-Christ. The format of the calendar allows the artists to have control of how they express their experience, and over 2021 THE INTERJECTION CALENDAR 007 has been a place to platform artists and thinkers who have used the space for reflection, critical dialogue, or even just to express their love for JT from City Girls. This Calendar offers a dialogue that extends further than pre-conceived notions of identity, and a platform for those who are oppressed to exist beyond being labelled an ‘activist’, and beyond being dictated to by societal expectations of being marginalised.

The Interjection Calendar 007 edited by Ashleigh Williams