“The Mainline makes important and relevant issues accessible and relatable to readers. It’s mission to uplift young progressive Southern voices comes at a crucial moment where trust in traditional outlets is waning. The Mainline injects new thinking around the divisive politics impacting our lives, while marrying the work of local artists and writers in one refreshing publication. The Mainline is the zine we deserve.”
The Mainline is an alternative publication based in Atlanta, Ga., that is devoted to supporting local artists and musicians on a national level, covering important grassroots movements, and providing a platform to writers to practice free speech in complete autonomy. Our mission is to deliver the truth to our readers and fight for progress in our communities.
The Mainline does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender and/or sexuality expression, sexual orientation, age, national origin, citizenship status, disability, marital status, or military status, in any of its activities and operations. Further, we will not publish or support any oppressive, violent, or hate-fueled causes, organizations, or content that are not aligned with supporting basic, equal human rights and social justice for all.
Issue Three: “The Gray Issue” available now.
Issue Four: “The Boundary Issue” arrives March 26, 2020.
Aja Arnold / Founder & Editor
Katie Drake / Creative Director
Richard Martin / Editorial Photographer
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