Stories of the Jewish Diaspora, on being young and out of place within the Christian status quo. (From Adassa Kapolnai)
A Racefail Memoir (From Sajia Sultana)
Sophia Burns looks at gender roles on paper vs. in practice, and the division of labor underlying both.
A copy writer questions his role in the system after seeing the head of Brân the Blessed mouthing silent words at him over Tower Hill. (From Lorna Smithers)
"The homeless are seen as an entity, some dirty mass of otherness" (From Emma Kathryn)
"A giant does not find it easy to die. We are too big" (From Lorna Smithers)
From Judith O’Grady: "Rather than ‘correctness’ we have to cultivate ‘mindfulness."
Ritual prose from Ramon Elani