Magazines Run by Arkbound Regional Editors’




Vocalise is a true community-orientated hyperlocal publication, which serves the area of Ashley Ward in Bristol. Founded by a group of local residents, Vocalise has managed to secure substantial grant funding and is working towards a model of sustainability based upon memberships, advertising and events.

Each edition of Vocalise includes information on upcoming events; articles by local people; artwork by children and adults; updates from local services, councillors and the police; together with an assortment of other content – from tasty recipes to photography competitions.

After support from Arkbound, Vocalise is now managed by a separate Community Interest Company. If you would like to find out more about Vocalise, visit


Face of Homelessness, London Bridge

What is homelessness? Is it simply not having somewhere to live, or something far deeper and multi-faceted? Streetlife explores this question, drawing upon the accounts of people who have experienced homelessness – both past and present. Through artwork, poetry and insightful articles it reveals the daily stigma, discrimination and abuse that homeless people face.

Published by Jos Young, who experienced 7 years of homelessness in London, Streetlife has been supported by charity Crisis. A small initial print run was also sponsored by Arkbound. To find out more, visit:

Photo World

sahilSahil Massey is a photo-journalism student with a keen interest in conveying deep stories through powerful imagery. Since 2014 he has compiled photos that capture the essence of India, in all its darkness and light. He has worked alongside leading publications and been on a journey to start his very own publication, which Arkbound is enabling.

To contact Sahil, visit


The Passenger


If you could go on a journey of a thousand miles, where would you start?

If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go?

Every month The Passenger interviews people in Ireland, starting and ending with these questions.

The result is striking.

Released on YouTube and social media channels, The Passenger’s work unites interactive video footage with 1-1 interviews and live music. To see a sample, visit:

Rebel Runner

make_athens_liveThe 2010 Greek economic crisis continues to ripple through Europe, and today questions remain as to how the Greek debt can be paid off. However, Greek people have defied the trend towards centre-right or right-wing parties and elected a left-wing, Socialist Government. Other countries, such as the UK, have done the opposite: faced with threats to ‘the economy’, the public turn to parties that promise to prioritise money above people (usually those that are right-wing). Rebel Runner casts a critical spotlight on capitalism and aims to find hope in the Greek political spirit for other nations to follow. It borrows upon the award-winning techniques and insights of Athens Live. For further information, visit:


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