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Anti-Heroin Chic publishes Rasma Haidri

Thanks to Anti-Heroin Chic for reprintingWhat the End is Forin their hot-off-the-press Grief and Loss issue. The editor James Diaz wrote in his acceptance letter that my essay was “sacred work”, but he could well say that to everyone he publishes, as Anti-Heroin Chic is a passionate zine dedicated to the betterment of lost causes. Read their manifesto below and be inspired as I was to send them what is on your mind and in your heart. 

Anti-Heroin Chic is not really about cool, it's about the margin-of-error of cool. As Janis Ian says "If we were inside there, where the light is warm and everybody is laughing and dancing, we wouldn't be able to see it. We have to be outside in order to see it. That's what being an artist is." And that is what Anti-Heroin Chic is about. What we observe through the window.

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As a general rule, no sexism, no racism, no homophobia, no gender disparity, no any-disparity.

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