Ghostmodern is a webzine created by Seattle-based writer, Mischa Downing. Founded earlier this year with the philosophy of keeping it “real, weird, and beautiful,” the zine functions on an open submissions policy looking for essays, poems, short films, and art that explore the darker side of humanity.
Downing describes Ghostmodernism as the place where culture goes after it dies, an intellectual intuition as mysterious as death itself. It’s a place for a wide range of photos and essays, which in no particular order, tackle gender politics, queer history and explore newer ideas such as ARTivism.
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