an old tradition

An Old Tradition An Old Tradition by Juli Saragosa with illustrations by Lena Dirscherl our last kiss fumbling and strange in a spanish airport bathroom she headed home to a new career me onto anarcho-queer berlin we don’t know each other anymore on my return all i...

POEM I DON’T WANT TO WRITE

Poem I don't want to write Poem I don’t want to write by aabbchot aabbaadd aabbswallow with an illustration by Jespa Jacob Smith I’m trapped in my silence, I don’t tell anyone about my alarm, I know why I am in this situation, thoughts constantly recur, remind...

To be or not to be… this has been my question

To be or not to be… this has been my question To be or not to be… this has been my question by Jocelyne Rigal with an illustration by Lita I was born in Paris, but conceived in my mother’s hamlet. As a child, I travelled back and forth between my province of origin...

Call: Shifting Traditions

call: shifting traditions CALL: Shifting Traditions STORYTELLING IS ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST ACCESSIBLE TOOLS USED TO SHARE CULTURE AND EXPERIENCES OVER GENERATIONS. But telling our own stories, and sharing our own experiences in our own words, is also a means of...

WHEN OUR MOVEMENT BECAME THEIR CAUSE

WHEN OUR MOVEMENT BECAME THEIR CAUSE by Nikola Italo Article In Argentina we are living through a very particular but incredibly significant course of events. The parliament (Congress, to be specific) has decided to start the project of a new law: the...

The Pool

The Pool by Anna Favero Short Story It was like diving in pools of liquid past. Suddenly I’m eighteen, an awful glass of amaro and a cigarette in my hands, listening shyly to my brother’s friends putting up conversations like theatre pieces, rehearsing a...