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All profits to charities and not-for-profits including Mind, Beat and Sisters Uncut.
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We were delighted to sell out of the initial run of magazines on release day. We sold just over 4000 copies and raised £13,000 for charity. Due to exceptional demand, and to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week 2017, we have decided to open up pre-orders for a second batch of magazines.
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A ZINE ABOUT MENTAL WELLBEING, RAISING MONEY FOR MENTAL HEALTH CHARITIES.
Contributors include writers from the Guardian, the New York Times, NYMag, The Telegraph, The Observer, Rookie, Pitchfork and ELLE.
Our highlights are: Why Should I Go to Therapy? by Ask Polly’s Heather Havrilesky || An interview about OCD with writer and actress Mara Wilson || Food for Thought: Diana Henry, Tejal Rao, Meera Sodha, Ruby Tandoh and more share their recipes for life || The Many Faces of Eating Disorders: interviews with survivors || Eleanor Morgan writing about Plastic Minds || The Cost of Care: an interview with Sally Burke, from Channel 4’s acclaimed documentary series Kids on the Edge
Read the first extract from the zine, On The Realities Of Being A Black Woman With Borderline Personality Disorder, at the FADER.
Other features include: a personal essay about mental wellbeing as a Somali refugee woman; an article about seeking treatment as a non binary person; a look at being mentally ill and on benefits; a portrait of social anxiety; a comic about mental health and compulsive spending; and much more.