Our domestic abuse awareness raising zine This isn’t what love should feel like has been going out far and wide to individuals, groups, organisations and workplaces in Birmingham and up and down the UK.
If you would like a copy (or copies) of the zine, get in touch. Zines, postage and packing are all free of charge.
We are very keen to push the digital download of This isn’t what love should feel like to UK universities. If you work at a university or college and would like more information to help you to promote the zine, please contact Katy here.
We worked with Birmingham & Solihull Women’s Aid (BSWA) and poet Nafeesa Hamid to make the zine, which features new poetry from Nafeesa and contributions from BSWA. It was designed by artist Sarah Taylor Silverwood, written and edited by Katy Sadler, and printed in Birmingham by The Holodeck.
For those seeking help and support, the zine includes helpline and webchat service information for Birmingham, the West Midlands and UK wide, which you can also find here.
Ending domestic abuse is everyone’s responsibility. Just knowing more about domestic abuse can help to change things.
This isn’t what love should feel like is generously supported by Arts Council England.