Goodbye & Thank You

We’ve got some news, after 7 amazing years AZ Mag will be closing.  Firstly, we want to thank all our readers, contributors, collaborators and the entire AZ community. We’ve done our best to amplify LGBTQ+ Black and PoC voices by bringing you informative, fun and interesting content and have hosted some great events too. You’ve […]

AZ Xmas Gift Guide

It’s the most wonderful (and hectic) time of the year again already and AZ are here to save you from the crushing responsibility of Christmas gift shopping so you can focus on enjoying the festivities.  Last-minute shoppers can relax as we’ve collated a list of some amazing brands, websites and services, all queer and/or BIPOC […]

“Black spaces are great but queer Black spaces are better”- Pacheanne Anderson on upcoming BCA exhibition, Transforming Legacies

The Black Cultural Archives Black Futures season launches later this month and will be opening with their largest exhibition of the year Transforming Legacies. The exhibition combines work from emerging and established artists to present a reflection of the last four decades of Black British art. Curated by Pacheanne Anderson Transforming Legacies uses painting, performance, […]

AZ Magazine Creative Fund 2022 Recipients

At the beginning of May we opened applications to find the final five AZ Creative Fund recipients. After receiving hundreds of incredible applications we’re excited to finally announce the awardees. TU3SDAY TU3SDAY is a Birmingham (UK) based genderqueer, genre expansive electronic music artist and community organiser. As a Disabled and highly sensitive Producer/DJ – their […]

AZ Magazine’s 6th Birthday Events Extravaganza

This May, AZ celebrates our sixth Birthday. For over half a decade we’ve been amplifying the voices of LGBTQPOC and creating content that doesn’t just validate but exalts the range of lived experiences within our often-silenced communities. We want to celebrate this achievement with the people who made it all possible, you guys, our incredible […]