A multicultural exploration and promotion of women's art, poetry, and writing


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Issue 21 weaves together a disparate collection of art and writing that give testimony to the universal spirit of woman. In her gallery collection and interview, PPM’s newest feature artist, Susan Bergstrom, captures the essence and traditions of the women of the Rosebud Native American Reservation. The works of our essayist and selected mini-feature poets and artists offer unique perspectives that vary from self-discovery, to domestic and sexual violence, to an individual’s struggle to merge her identity with the spirits who’ve come before her.

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Our Vision

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PPM's vision is to give women a voice through the promotion of their art and writing. PPM provides a multicultural atmosphere that focuses on today’s women's issues—a safe, nurturing place to explore ideas and celebrate the unique experiences of women in every phase of their lives.

PPM's Feature Collections

PPM’s Newest Feature Artist

Susan Bergstrom’s gallery collection and interview, “Wrapped in Tradition,” invites us into a world of childhood memory and admiration for the Native American women she observed growing up. Her subjects are dignified in their various tribe roles. These women’s pride in their traditions—and the artist’s ability to capture such on canvas—are awing and inspiring.

See the full collection and interview in Issue 21.

Open Submissions

Pink Panther Magazine has a 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.


There are two ways to submit your work to PPM, keeping feminist intent in mind. The first is to submit art and poetry to our Redbubble group galleries. The other way to submit your work for publication consideration is to email it to You may submit in multiple categories and are welcome to submit additional work once you've heard back from us. For a complete breakdown of our email submissions guidelines, visit our Submissions Guide-

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Also, if you are interested in becoming a contributing writer and developing or reprinting an article in a future issue, please send a 150-word query or a link/file for previously published articles to PPM includes at least two articles each issue developed by contributing writers. We have also selected essays on art/art history or other related topics when they fit that edition’s themes. Queries that fall into any of these categories are welcome.