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    Poem by Parag Mallik

    I can wrap minds around few words as I hold hands and pour voices into my ears over the pale rays at sunrise

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  • Personal essay by Katacha Díaz

    On a crisp, cold spring morning hiking along Camel’s Back Park trails, the impulse to step outside my comfort zone had surprisingly taken hold of me. In my defense, I was a divorcée of a certain age

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  • Poem by D. Mars Yuvarajan

    This — is the passing,
    The gentle last breath, here
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    Short story by Anukriti Mishra

    He would have turned thirty this year. It’s strange to imagine him as an adult. As if, we were always supposed to be children.

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  • Editorial: Escapism and Realism

    There are moments when news—really bad news—inspires writers and poets, and in that inspiration we read works that are indubitably relevant to our present condition.  Rhimi’s To Motherless Aleppo and Mallik’s Veil of Warfare are poems that contribute to the ever-growing literature on Aleppo, instigating a consciousness of responsibility on us to raise our voices [&hellip... Read on...

  • Editorial: Elements of Literature

    On a dry and windy day in January 2012, Cecile, Samir, Sofia and Vanessa walked out of the notary’s office in Rotterdam, nervous and excited at having registered officially as a foundation.  Now more than five years later, we are still up and running and barely managing to cope with the influx of submissions. We [&hellip... Read on...