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Hiba Zafran

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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Breathing Out Fire – by Claire Coenen

  Breathing Out Fire Sadness and fear crackled in my solar plexus until they ignited. Blazes of anger began raiding my belly like ants on fire....

Excerpt from Grateful Conversations by Susan Rogers

The following poem appears in our Fall/Winter 2018 issue. The single issue is available for purchase in print or digital format, or by subscription. Everything we have we’re given in...

Excerpt from Nietzsche’s Ghazal by Arthur Solway

The following poem appears in our Spring/Summer 2018 issue. The entire issue is available for purchase in print or digital format. It comes to you...