Photo by Susan Kessler
Celebrate Mothers Around the World
Give a Gift Subscription to ZEKE Magazine for Mother's Day
Is your Mom a storyteller? Does she care about global issues? Love photography? The Women’s Issue of ZEKE magazine celebrates women from around the world working as mothers, caregivers, laborers, entrepreneurs, weavers, writers, photographers and more. More than 20 talented women photographers and writers have contributed to this special issue of ZEKE to bring you extraordinary and important stories from all parts of the world to be shared with the important woman in your life—your Mom!
Give your Mom a gift subscription to ZEKE and she will receive the following:
A Mother's Day card from ZEKE no later than Sunday morning informing her that you have given this gift
An immediate link to the digital edition
A note that her print copy of the Women's Issue of ZEKE will arrive by first class mail next week and that she will also receive an issue of ZEKE in the fall.
Order Mother's Day Gift Subscription
Includes two issues per year and access to digital edition
Shipping outside the US additional. You can pay with a major credit card, debit card, or with PayPal account.
Select shipping location and number of years for subscription.
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After completing payment, send us an email at email@example.com with the following information:
Your mother's name
Your mother's email address (if she has one)
Your mother's mailing address
Articles and photography in the Women's Issue include:
Feature articles on
Vital Signs: Climate Change in Antarctic Waters. Photographs by Amy Martin, winner of Through a Woman's Lens Call for Entries. Writing by Anne Sahler
Deconstructing Power: Faces of Sexual Violence. Photos by Anica James, Diana Zeyneb Alhindawi, and others. Writing by Ladan Osman
WomenWork. Photos by Joan Lobis Brown, Beata Wolniewicz, Delphine Blast, Vidyaa Chandramohan, Valerie Leonard, and Susan Kessler. Writing by Ezinne Ukoha.
Interview with Ethiopian Photographer Aida Muluneh by Caterina Clerici
Through a Woman's Lens: A Survey of Women Photojouralists since 1898 by J. Sybylla Smith
Book Reviews. Books by women photographers. Reviews by women writers.