BlackInk is a new incisive magazine focusing on Black arts, heritage and cultural politics. Rooted in the events of 2020, and the uncertainty of the opportunity to share physical space during Black History Month in October, BlackInk is a creative response bringing together a range of interconnected international voices from across the African and African Caribbean Diaspora and indigenous communities.
BlackInk is an interface between a physical magazine and digital content, exploring Black British Theatre, arts and culture, Afrofuturism, activism and identity and new writing. Introducing Launchpad artists Ade Coker, Tolu Coker, Stephen Anthony Davids, Shangomola Edunjobi and Ana Paz. Featuring contributions from nora chipaumire, Sam Cook, Hyppolite Ntiguirirwa, Chaedria LaBouvier and more.
Keep an eye out for the full list of contributors and the official cover reveal soon.