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Four Photography | Abubakar Sadiq Mustapha

My mouth, a disputed territory | Lorelei Bacht

What one does or does not take into one’s mouth: a variable narrowly monitored by mother,…

Two Poems | Lauren Scharhag

Magic Eye When you catch my eye, I take off my glasses. That way, there’s nothing…

like a shade of dawn | anne leigh parrish

in shade the glow is soft in sunlight it’s hard candy a room in a house…

Realizations | Fabiana Elisa Martinez

“Just a glass of chardonnay for now, thank you.” Sylvia ordered without looking up at the…

Having the Werewithal | Pam Knapp

She liked the cabin. A single room with a stone hearth flanked with plenty of firewood,…

Melody | Vanessa Osei Bonsu

I was at a house party, the first time I met her. I remember not wanting…

Bird Songs | Nwabuisi Kenneth

Empty space.A writer stares into space. Words form in his mind. He opens his mouth to…

I Believe Myself To Be A Storyteller With A Camera | A conversation with Eddie Saint-Jean

—Interviewed by John Vincent Chizoba Eddie Saint-Jean is an artist who combines his background in moving…

Issue 05: Temptation

“The artist is both a teacher and a witness” An Introductory Note by Akpa Àrinzèchukwu It…