Encounters Magazine is proud to have finally unveiled its Spring 2019 print edition on May 16, 2019. The 116-page publication features the artistic and literary talent at Baruch College, with a unique focus on three paramount creators for the semester. Read more about the features here and see where you can grab a print magazine.
“Being” is Encounters Magazine’s third ever zine, opening up the uncomfortable conversations on mental health to our audience. The publication consists of interviews with experts and people who have experienced mental illnesses, as they provide an insight to their state of being. By sharing personal and professional knowledge as well as a diverse compilation of NYC-based references, this zine encourages our audience to reach out for help whenever they need it and informs those not suffering from mental illnesses on how to support those around them and be more sensitive.
“Royalty” is Encounters Magazine’s second limited-print zine, focused tightly on what it means to be black today. Content within the zine includes interviews, editorials, visuals and poetry, primarily created by black students and focused on creators around New York City. Featured interviewees include: Bridgett Davis, founder of Encounters Magazine; current social media editor of Paper Magazine Peyton Dix; photographer Alan-Michael Duval; designer Dynasty George and more!
FALL 2018 MAGAZINE
Encounters Magazine is proud to have finally unveiled its Fall 2018 print edition on December 11, 2018. The 116-page publication features the artistic and literary talent at Baruch College, with a unique focus on six paramount creators for the semester. Read more about the features here and see where you can grab a print magazine.
MEET KYRAH BROWN
Kyrah Brown is an instantly warm, kind person. She’s a senior studying political science and economics at Baruch, but as a creative writer spends a lot of her free time creating characters and stories via long, personal poems.
Encounters Magazine is proud to release its first limited-print mini publication entitled “Sexual Encounters!” The zine is branded as a creative sexual health manual and is intended to be produced for an LGBT-inclusive audience.