By Cindy El Sayed
i remember when i was 5
and my dad was reading me a book
it was about dinosaurs
and i had to help him with the words
because he could not wrap his soft syllables
around the hard angles of a new language
the first time I noticed
By Josephine Omashaye Itsheye Ajuyah
Praise be to all Men of Colour who stand up every day to white men, who try to bully them into submission, white men who want Men of Colour to be perpetually on their knees grateful for “letting” them into this
By Edmund Cheng
It is a Saturday night in Marrickville, very close to Sunday morning. A party is going on, but without the presence of intimidating security guards, a cover charge and budget-burning $10+ drinks. Rather, I have found an intimate venue (in fact a three-level
By Milonee Shah and Jessica Munit
On the balmy evening of August 28, the famous Arj Barker ascended onto the stage of the Roundhouse. His audience was entirely unaware of the raid of stitches that was about to attack them.
The show, off to a bit of
By Rhoda Gao
Nigerian girl, Ifemelu, meets Nigerian boy, Obinze. They fall in love of course. Girl leverages off Nigerian unrest to build an eventually successful public life in the US of A. Boy whisks himself off to England and lives dangerously and illegally before their
By Anna Amelia
By now you’ve probably seen the Recognise Campaign’s logo – a red “R” inside a black circle.
You probably also know that this campaign is about promoting awareness of the movement to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in the Australian Constitution.
Well, frankly, I