Zine №3:How do we activate gratitude in our lives and for each other? How can practicing gratitude make us better equipped to engage with the world? How does our study of the humanities allow us to critically think about gratitude? How can critique mobilize thankfulness? How do we reconcile gratitude for this world and the dissatisfaction needed to produce social change? In this workbook, we invite you to help us answer these questions.
Published December 2020 | Edited by Tiffany Xie
If you would like to pre-order a print copy of this zine, please click here. All proceeds will go to Liberation Library, an abolitionist organization that sends books to young people in Illinois prisons and jails.
A Soupbone Questionnaire
How to Make a Blingee Stamp by Damon Pham
Soupbone Spaces by Lauren Ehrmann and H. Z.
How to Construct a Home by Yeeseon Chae
Five Mini Film Reviews by Cindy Liu
Yoko Ogawa’s “The Memory Police”: An Interactive Review by Phoebe Pan
Recipe for a Walk in Homewood Cemetery by Calla Norman
A Stroll by Genevieve Marvin
Helpful Index Cards: bits of advice illustrated by Melissa Frateantonio
Meditation on Gratitude by Anushka Sen
The Mechanics of Gratitude by Tiffany Xie
Recipe for Applesauce by Calla Norman
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