Call for Donations

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The first publication of Paper Chained was funded solely out of the pockets of a member of the Running Wild Collective who is a low-income earner and full-time student. The journal unfortunately cannot be sustained this way going forward and we are asking for assistance from the community to cover basic costs.

Costs include the lease of a PO Box to make submissions of writings accessible to those in prison ($129 per year), printing of journals so that we can send publications to people in prison and to community centers (roughly $5 per journal) and postage costs. We are aiming to raise $350 to cover the costs for 2018 – a relatively small sum if shared but a lot for one individual to take on.

The first edition of this journal offered a space for people affected by prison to share their creative voices and their stories, it would mean so much to us to continue to offer this platform.

Please donate if you can and spread the word about this fundraiser!

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Paper Chained Published Online!

It’s finally here! Click the image above to read the first Issue of Paper Chained online, or read below for other access options.

HOW TO ACCESS

Read online

View online here.

Download PDF

You can download the PDF file here.

Print Your Own

If you would like to print your own copy please follow the instructions below:

  1. Download Covers
  2. Print with the following settings: Booklet print, 2 sided – flip on short edge, colour, A3 paper size
  3. Download Inner Pages
  4. Print with following settings: Booklet print, 2 sided – flip on short edge, black and white, A3 paper size
  5. Put your inner pages inside the cover, staple or tie together with string and enjoy!

Request a Printed Copy

If you would like to request a printed copy of the journal, you can email us at runningwild@riseup.net or send a letter to PO Box 1989, Armidale, NSW 2350.

Please note – if you can print your own or read online, please consider these options. We have limited funds and would like to prioritise printing for those who cannot access the journal through other means.