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Reviewing: Rosie Waterland’s Crazy Lady

Reviewing: Rosie Waterland’s Crazy Lady

By Sarah Hort   CW: suicide, mental health   You know you’re in for a seriously good time when the stage is empty except for a white, leather, Oprah-style couch, a simple table, a single glass and an entire bottle of bubbly awaiting Rosie Waterland’s arrival.   As my friend …

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Honey I … Am Stupidly Impressed by the Kids

Honey I ... Am Stupidly Impressed by the Kids

By Shivika Gupta Photos by Iain Salvador   “I’m not adding anything new to the conversation” is an existential fear entertained by Tilly Lawless, but also most self-aware and driven people. How can we possibly expect to be #original and #agile and #innovative when we have such a bulk of …

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A Picture Pays a Thousand Dollars

By Harriet Sim   In a world obsessed with celebrity, what would you do if you happened to look like one of your heroes? Chris Savill, a quietly spoken family man, describes a twist of genetic fate that lead him into the world of a celebrity lookalike.   When retired …

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The Outside Step

  Knock and the door will be answered It’s freezing out here Cold hands cold steel and stone   Seek and you shall find A corner to pray in If you’re quiet enough   I don’t wear cross necklaces I hold my hands in front of my chest I am …

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Storm

By Emily Olorin   Love is the storm, That set me adrift That set me gasping That cut me free from my moorings and Left me for dead. Love is both executioner, And enabler, Depending on where my body lands.   I run my fingers through your hair and realise, …

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