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Why do we long for the past when it would be so
much easier, so much healthier, for us to move on?
By Dan Brat
New Year Americana
'She loves floors. She keeps samples in her rooms. Chrome, tile, limestone. One time I caught her licking one of the squares of light wood'
by Kristin Chang
Exploring the rural town of Þorlákshöfn on the
coast of Southern Iceland, from the vantage point
of a new coffee shop.
By Stuart Blackadder
Small Town Morals
Examining gender imbalances in rural China through portraits. A part of the documentary project Material Life Noisy.
By Elisa Veini and Paul Van der Stap
Blending imagination with the void of silence when confronted with that special person who never returned your letters.
by Atticus Davis
The Human Crossroads: Where the Yearnings of Soul and Flesh Meet
Thoughts on Tropic of Cancer by Henry Miller
by Luciana Francis
Recycling the Question:
Why I Write
'To write - in raw black letters - is a talisman, a promise and a whisper of reassurance to be relied upon when the rain falls and obliterates the landscape.'
by Sarah Wingfield
'Cold glares, curious stares and laughter, heat and
foreign words. This place is a dream...'
by Joanna Cho
Dynamics of Words
'Human and environment. Two overlapping forces, a continuous battle of interests, power struggle on the highest level performs a play of postures.'
by Maciej Orłowski
A Journey to Cape Reinga
Leaving the shaking town of Blenheim to travel across
New Zealand's North Island, chatting along the way.
by Sam Frankland
Another Way of Living
An exploration of an alternative community in Wainui Bay, New Zealand, that encourages an appreciation of all things natural.
by Joanna Cho
'...Not black enough. Not white enough. Not intelligent enough. Not funny enough. Not gay enough. Not feminist enough.'
by Yasmine Colijn
The Holy Spirit of the
'We went our separate ways. his loss, I dusted my soul off and carried on...'
by Weléla Mar Kindred
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