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Hiba Zafran

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Hiba Zafran is a multiple migrant, poet, therapist and academic who is drawn to critical, queering and poetic understandings of loss, meaning, transformation and becoming. She is grateful for the people, values, and peripheries that she calls her home. The piece "Finally home" is about the too-early loss of a cat, Achilles, who was her partner's constant companion across countries and grief.

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Let Change – by Claire Coenen

Let Change My home is wonder. In the mind’s eye, winds scatter leaves. Let me accept change. Why do I fight, dread, despair in it? Let change teach me of love and...
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Excerpt from A Suite for Gandhi by Lynn Domina

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It Was 1975 – by Kyle Laws

It Was 1975                                                                            I was supposed to look up the year of the abortion for Linda Lazzarini’s art installation—For Every She, There Is a...