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Previously Published Content

This is the log of our previous issues, as well as stand-alone content

Get the inside scoop on up-and-coming artist Phoebe Hall in our exclusive interview by Moira Semel. From starting out, to releasing music, to gigging, you can read all about Hall's journey. Her single ‘Runaway’ and other songs are available on Spotify and Apple Music. 

A photograph of a person with short hair stares into the camera wearing an oversized t shirt and a sweater vest stands on concrete ground with bushes and grass in the background.
A simple sketch of six pairs grouped together on a plain background.

This piece on the body positivity movement and where it can go speaks to many of Se7en's core values. If you're looking for a piece to send to the body-shaming people in your life, this is it. This Op-Ed encourages each and every one of us to reexamine our own internal judgements. 

Resident poet Payton Covelli delves into the joys and difficulties of the labels and diction we use to define our bodies. Her lyrical take on the internal and external dialogues we experience are bittersweet in their beauty.

Models in Bodysuits
A paper sign is posted on a tiled wall. The sign reads "U Have to Use Me or Lose Me!" in capitol letters. It has a logo titled "Fish Plaice."

Gladwin brings a ray of positivity to the tumultuous landscape of social media with her page 'Message From World.' Read our interview to find out what it is, how it came to be, and how you can join in the treasure hunt.

Book Review: 
Priory of the Orange Tree

This novel is an inspiration, a source of empowerment, and a learning opportunity, all wrapped up in a story so rich and exciting it's sure to result in several sleepless nights. Feminism isn't solely about women's rights; it's about equity, compassion, and a prejudice-free existence. This is truly a feminist novel.

A photograph of an arm wearing a sweater holds the book, spine facing the camera. It is against a backdrop of tree branches.

Get to know artist and pole dancer Zoe Hooper through her illustrations and personal account of their origin. You can find more of her art at @x_she.doodles_x

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