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LTTR is an art [[journal]] by the LTTR collective.
 
LTTR is an art [[journal]] by the LTTR collective.
  
LTTR seeks contributions from artists in feminist and genderqueer communities. Each issue uses the title LTTR as an acronym for its subject. Each issue has existed in different shapes, sizes and formats and has allowed artists to include unique editioned posters, objects and individual artworks with the journal. The collective and contributing artists have included [[Emily Roysdon]], [[Ginger Brooks Takashi]] and [[K8 Hardy]].
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LTTR seeks contributions from artists in feminist and genderqueer communities. Each issue uses the title LTTR as an acronym for its subject. Each issue has existed in different shapes, sizes and formats and has allowed artists to include unique editioned posters, objects and individual artworks with the journal. The collective artists have included [[K8 Hardy]], [[Ulrike Müller]], [[Emily Roysdon]], and [[Ginger Brooks Takashi]]. Contributors have included [[Alvin Baltrop]], [[Edie Fake]], [[Kate Huh]], and [[G.B. Jones]].
  
 
[[Category:Journal]] [[category:Queer]] [[Category:2000's publications]]
 
[[Category:Journal]] [[category:Queer]] [[Category:2000's publications]]

Revision as of 14:21, 24 March 2009

LTTR is an art journal by the LTTR collective.

LTTR seeks contributions from artists in feminist and genderqueer communities. Each issue uses the title LTTR as an acronym for its subject. Each issue has existed in different shapes, sizes and formats and has allowed artists to include unique editioned posters, objects and individual artworks with the journal. The collective artists have included K8 Hardy, Ulrike Müller, Emily Roysdon, and Ginger Brooks Takashi. Contributors have included Alvin Baltrop, Edie Fake, Kate Huh, and G.B. Jones.