Brittney Frantece

digital multimedia zine

independent publisher

community for emerging artists

Brittney Frantece is a writer, artist, educator, curator, and PhD candidate in the English Department at the University of Washington (UW). She studies Black feminist speculative fiction and art through cultural studies readings that are centered around concepts of speculation, experimentation, surrealism, and horror. She explores the new ways of thinking, being, and knowledge productions Black imaginations offer. Her writing has appeared in Variable West, MFON Exhibition Catalog, Black Embodiments Studio Journals, and various art writing collections. She curated Queer Imaginations (2021) at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery and Juneteenth: Blackness and Freedom (2018) at The Beans Gallery in Chicago. In her free time, you can catch her daydreaming about elsewhere or carving linoleum blocks for printmaking. IG: from.europa