Hate zine is a limited edition, independently-run, biannual printed publication co-founded in 2015 by photographer Scarlett Carlos Clarke and writer Luisa Le Voguer Couyet.
"Hate provides a platform for voices that may otherwise be silent in mainstream media; a vehicle for inclusion and independent, critical thought. We work hard to promote what we believe in, placing an emphasis on highlighting disparities within our society, yet also exploring the positive solutions that come from community."
The fourth issue of Hate zine focuses on the environment. "Globally, we are under threat from the myriad ways climate change will affect our habitat. Our aim is to unpick exactly what problems we are facing and offer solutions and opinions on ways we can positively impact our surroundings."
Hate features art, illustration, photography, poetry, think-pieces, interviews, and short stories. Previous issue contributors include Matt Irwin, Martin Parr, Fat White Family, and Pam Hogg amongst others.
"For us, a DIY-ethos is really important and we always ensure we retain our autonomy by keeping things independent. Past issues have explored sexuality, gender, and mental health."
A5 zine. Printed on 100% recycled paper.