Emily Dickinson said that hope is the thing with feathers, but the creators of Up the Witchpunx have produced something far grittier and more substantial. Radical Hope is a zine born from punk, witchcraft and street-level activism; it has "claws and teeth."
Its angels and prophets are queers, punks and suicide survivors who have clawed their way back from their personal abysses bearing dangerous gifts. Radical Hope is their manifesto.
Including interviews with Kook Teflon and Christy Road and featuring work by Rust Belt Jessie, Dylan Ce, Adriana Lopez, Christian Lee, GG Irkalla, Ezmyrelda Andrade and more.