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Pink Panther Magazine, Issue 24--8 March 2016

Happy International Women’s Day! It always gives Team Panther great pleasure to release each year’s first semi-annual edition on International Women’s Day. We hope you enjoy the fabulous art and writing that grace the forty-eight pages of Issue 24.

Issue 24 is filled with art and writing inspired by the female experience. Help us celebrate the featured artists and writers, including Metro Detroit Artist, Vocalist & Teacher—C. Bedard Walters, Springfield, Mass Inaugural Poet Laureate—María Luisa Arroyo, International Correspondent—Andrea Davies, Essayist—Kassie Rubico, Poet—Anuradha Bhattacharyya, Artist—Danielle MacDonald, and Artist and Poet—Alison Stone.

To view and order this newest edition, visit www.magcloud.com/browse/

Pink Panther Magazine, Issue 23--8 Sept 2015

PINK PANTHER MAGAZINE, ISSUE 23 is officially available for view and purchase at http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/971702.

Inside this issue you’ll find art and writing that join the ongoing conversation about what’s important to women around the globe. Issue 23 brings you highlights from TRIFECTA—a Jonathan LeVine Gallery curated by Yasha Young—that featured works by international artists Handiedan, Sandra Chevrier, and Mimi Scholz. Next, PPM’s newest feature artist, Jena DellaGrottaglia, meshes the mundane with the fantastical in her digital art gallery.

Welcome, International Correspondent Andrea Davies as she explores feminism in India and shares with us her exploration and self-discovery of “Wandering Women.”

Issue 23’s art and poetry collection focuses on…

PPM, Issue 22

Without further delay, here’s Issue 22. Happy belated International Women’s Day!

Check out PPM, Issue 22.

A recurrent theme in Issue 22 is the prism of perspectives through which women see their realities. Sticks, Stones & Tongue-Drawn Swords presents an interconnected collection of art and poetry that exposes and examines perspectives in their degrees of separation and overlap.

PPM’s newest Feature Artist, Jennifer Rhoades invites viewers to decipher the stories within her choreographic photographs. Rhoades’ photography captures the realms that lurk between woman’s dream world and her reawakened cognizance. She combines her love of dance with her curiosity about woman’s internal drama to present spellbinding art.

Issue 22 can be viewed and purchased at MagCloud (http://w

PPM Issue 21 Official Release--8 Sept 2014

Pink Panther Magazine, Issue 21 is available for view and purchase.

INSIDE ISSUE 21
Issue 21 weaves together a disparate collection of art and writing that give testimony to the universal spirit of woman. Whether we’re exploring the ways women define themselves and other women or the personal spaces women lose and find themselves, this issue takes readers into intimate spaces. In her gallery collection and interview, PPM’s newest feature artist, Susan Bergstrom, captures the essence and traditions of the women of the Rosebud Native American Reservation. The works of our essayist and selected mini-feature poets and artists offer unique perspectives that vary from self-discovery, to domestic and sexual violence, to an individual’s struggle to merge her identity with the spirits who’ve come …

Pink Panther Magazine, Issue 20--International Women's Day Release, 8 March 2014

Issue 20 is available for viewing just in time to honour International Women’s Day.

INSIDE ISSUE 20
Issue 20 celebrates the voice within women’s heArt. The art and poetry in this edition explores the vital places within women where inspiration and individual testimony infuse creativity. It will leave you wondering what the next chapter of herSTORY is.

Lisa Murphy, PPM’s newest feature artist, invites us into her creative processes in this issue and reveals her points of inspiration in an exclusive interview and gallery collection.

Issue 20 includes a mini art feature that showcases the works of Kanchan Mahon and helen ruiz. For the first time, PPM is featuring a personal narrative essay, written by Joanne Carota, which has been illustrated with photos by Dara Hurt.

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Pink Panther Magazine, Issue 19--8 Sept 2013 Release

Issue 19 is now available for viewing.

INSIDE ISSUE 19
Issue 19 explores the darker parts of woman’s internal landscape in an attempt to tear the veil of the inner psyche and let some light in. Determination and perseverance play into this exploration and act as a unifying element in this issue.

Heather King, PPM’s newest feature artist, takes us through her creative processes in this issue and reveals her points of inspiration in an exclusive interview and gallery collection.

In her article “What Happened When I Started a Feminist Society at School,” high school student and feminist activist, Jinan Younis, shares her and her peers’ experiences when they gave voice to female inequality at the local level.

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Pink Panther Magazine, Issue 18--December 2012 Release

PPM’s Issue 18 is a wrap just in time for the holidays.

One of Pink Panther Magazine’s visions is to see every woman connect with other women in order to glean from each other’s experiences and to draw upon the encouragement and support a sisterhood of shared interests can provide. The art, poetry, and articles selected for each issue cover a plethora of feminist experiences—most of which center on the individual woman and how she reacts, adapts, and navigates through her daily endeavors.

The common threads that bind the featured art and poetry of Issue 18 together center on this idea of the individual woman’s quest to find places to exist as her unique, individual self. The many faces of self-doubt and self-loathing, and how they influence self-perceptions, are another reoccurring…

Pink Panther Magazine--Issue 17

It’s always with great excitement each issue of the magazine is released for official publication. We had to sit on our excitement for a couple of weeks in order to coordinate with MagCloud’s 25% discount offer that runs through August 31st, making it an even better value this quarter.

Each issue of PPM celebrates feminist art and writing in renewed ways. Inside Issue 17 readers will be inspired by the art of survival and of self-discovery, encouraged with tools for stopping domestic violence, challenged to reassess the multimedia madness that surrounds what defines beauty, and enlightened on ways of discovering women’s empowerment. PPM hopes you will enjoy and be encouraged by the diversity of art and writing that fills our pages.

You can read the magazine online HERE. Or yo…

Pink Panther Magazine--Issue 16 Is Here

Issue 16 Official Release

As always, this newest edition of PPM is filled with art, poetry, and writing that dares to explore the many realms of feminist experience. You can read the full screen version of the magazine HERE. Or you can buy a printed copy or digital download of the magazine HERE. There is a 25% off sale if you buy the magazine before 13 May.

Please help to circulate the magazine by adding it to your journals, facebook, twitter and anywhere else you can think of. Thank you for your loyal and continued support.

We hope you will love it!!

xox
Anna, Jenifer, virgosun, Sybille, and Helen.

Pink Panther Magazine--Issue 15 Is Here


Pink Panther Magazine: Issue 15

Issue 15 is finally here! This fabulous edition is filled with exquisite and evocative art, writing, and articles by our talented members and editorial team.

PPM has decided to release publication early this month as MagCloud is offering 25% off the purchase price at the moment. To purchase a copy, please visit Magcloud. Or, if you would like to read the magazine online without making a purchase, please visit Calameo.

PPM welcomes your feedback. Let us know what you think.

xox
Anna, Jenifer, virgosun, Helen and Sybille

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