Coloring Sheet

#5 A free coloring page from Anyway mag. Great for kids to color and decorate their room with (as well as get their daily dose of inspiration). Color it this weekend and tag @anywaymag on Instagram for a chance to be featured in the second issue. Click here for your printable download!

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Everything contained in Issues 1 and 2!

Founding editors: Keeley McNamara and Jen Swetzoff

Creative director: Elizabeth Goodspeed

Issue 1 Contributors: Hannah-Michelle Bayley, Parisa Dale, Benjamin Davis, Madison Daugherty, Amy Dean, Lisa Greenwald, Vanessa Howson, Liisa Jokinen, Aliya Jones, Katie Krueger, Tim Lahan, Keeley McNamara, Filipa Namorado, Dylan Nelson, Ada Nicolle, Conor Nolan, Christopher Payne, Nolan Pelletier, Shawn Shinneman, Katie Stone, Stephanie Singleton, Cristina Spanò, Daniela Spector, Andrea Strong, Jen Swetzoff, Caroline Tompkins, Betje Ton, Wesley Verhoeve, Daryl Watson, Meghan Wallace, Lesley Ware, Tory Williams, Ben Zerbo, and others

Issue 2 Contributors: Lee Bonvissuto, Elyse Beard, Teresa Fitzgerald, Ellen Friedrichs, Natan Last, Emily Laurence, Sara Shepard, Shawn Shinneman, Alex Stikeleather, Sissel Waage, Abbott, Alice, Arman, Cassidy, Charlie, Dylan, Eiji / Nick, Ethan, Frankie, Fuyu, Gabriel, Hannah, Harper, Kalyn, Kareem, Kiera, Landon, Michael, Olya, Phoebe, Rhodes, Sahara, Scarlett, Una, Winter, Vanilla Chi, Verónica Grech, Jess Hannigan, Clay Hickson, Liana Jegers, Ivana Josipovic, Conor Nolan, Andy Smith, Haruko Hayakawa, Elizabeth Block, Jyotsna Bhamidipati, Nicholas Calcott, Candi Clark, Will Crooks, Kathryne Crowe, Kristi Harris, MacKenna Lewis, Alex Pines, Martin Rusch, Glory Thompson, Parisa Dale, Tara Masterson Hally, Adele Roncey, Jade Wang, and Victoria Beliveau

"Having my own space means being able to go crazy, do hair flips and poses, cry when I need to, read while doing a cartwheel, or imagine I'm in a fairy treehouse—without being embarrassed or fearful that someone other than my dog will see.”

—Kiera, 12, Anyway Magazine