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How My Name Change Changed My Life by Katrina Jagelski

Katrina Jagelski tells the story of finding, naming, and celebrating her own true self.

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Argot Magazine in Print: Second Edition

Argot Magazine is proud to announce our second print edition is available for purchase!

This edition is focused on the subject of Pride and what it can mean to us. Fourteen writers and artists from around the globe have contributed poetry, personal perspectives, and photography to give a full illustration of how pride affects us in the community, regardless of how one identifies or where you are in the world.

Your $18 magazine will help us keep our digital content free and pay our writers and artists a fair amount. We appreciate your continued support - it means everything. 

 You can find digital edition magazines, mugs, shirts and more in our shop