Challenging the traditionally limited organisation of publications and their curation, Chapter Z aims to be a publication for all. This comes directly from our core values – Authenticity, Creativity, Diversity, Inclusion & Innovation.
We believe in uplifting and providing platforms for young talent – whether through fashion stories connecting young designers with institutional icons, enabling young writers to interview established stars, to developing brand collaborations for young influencers.
Henry is a graduate in Comparative Literature from King's College London that has worked in PR, marketing and advertising roles since graduating. A member of the LGBTQ+ community, he has written for various queer publications, as well as creatively. Dedicated to giving a platform to lesser-heard voices, Henry is always looking for new voices from all demographics to enrich Chapter Z.
Thandie Sibanda is our music editor at Chapter Z magazine. Specialising in all things music, culture and Black Women. Thandie’s pronouns are she/her/sis and featured bylines include Clash, Schön! and TRENCH magazine. Thandie is also an editor at 9bills.co.uk and ½ of Quick Stop F1 podcast.
Hi! I'm Aymane and I am a Finance undergraduate with a strong interest in finance and technology. The possibilities of the future world is central to my excitement and it is my ultimate goal to live to see it happen. My current activities within tech include data analytics and visualisation for business and investment, with an understanding of Python and various other data tools to aid me. Outside of work I was a keen boxer, swimmer, and martial artist - but now you will probably find me in the gym 🙂
Hiyah Zaidi has an MSc in Occupational Psychology but decided writing was the way for her. Now she is a journalist and writer with a focus around topics to increase representation - especially for British South Asians. Her work is featured in publications like Vice World News, HuffPost, Bustle UK & more.
ART & CULTURE EDITOR
Hannah is an English Literature student at Leeds University who writes poetry and journalism for various magazines and manages a feminist blog. Having previously worked within the entertainment industry, Hannah has a passion for all areas of performance arts as well as written media. Alongside writing, Hannah also works for a charity providing English tutoring to under-privileged teenagers as she is passionate about making art and literature accessible to all. This drive for equality within the Arts and Culture sector means that Hannah is always looking for inspired, under-represented voices to be shared in Chapter Z.