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Issue 19 is filled with evocative art and poetry that celebrate and give voice to women's quest for equality. Check out PPM's interview with Canadian artist and activist, Heather King, as well as Jinan Younis' article "What Happened When I Started a Feminist Society at School."
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Heather King’s works evoke a will to sustain—a will to conquer life's obstacles. The parallels she draws between nature and the human psyche demonstrate her passion to discover larger truths about existence. View the gallery collection here: The Will to Sustain--August 2013
The Eyes Do Not Lie--September 2012
A Black and White Kind of Life--September 2012
The Art of Contemplation--August 2012
A Continuation of Inspirational Fuel--August 2012
Inspirational Fuel--August 2012
Happy Days Are Here--August 2012
A Touch of Magic--July 2012
Letting Go and Holding On--July 2012
Shadow Dreams--July 2012
A Celebration of Dreams and Adventures--June 2012
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Pink Panther Magazine has been going through some remodeling and we're pleased to announce our new semiannual publication schedule. To honour International Women’s Day, celebrated on March 8th, our issues will be available for preview and purchase March 8th and September 8th.
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