If you’re Tāmaki Makaurau-based you may have seen Maiah and her dog Chicken at a local market. If not, you’re in luck! Sarah Kreig sat down with them to fill us in on the journey of Maiah Maiah Ceramics.
Dark and visceral, Kat Rowan writes of feeling out of sync with womanhood in stanzas that will leave you feeling unspooled.
In this new poem Cadence Chung releases whispers and secrets from their homes in tucked-away tupperware, stashed deep in the back cupboard.
War wages on the front lines of Ted Greensmith-West’s prose, with weaponised words used in the daily combat of existence.
At the brink of a fundamental shift in the world, Cileme pours out anxious thoughts and grasps for moments of bliss from days past.
Through this piece, Pōneke-based poet harold coutts transports you to a moment in August of 2021, where wind buffets your face and the salt spray stings your eyes. Remember to breathe deeply.
Mari digs their heels in and wades through the complex boundary of being loved and being liked by your parents.
Ōtautahi-based linguist-in-training Sidney reflects on expressions of Queer identity across languages.
Romance, West Auckland and Carly Rae Jepsen all wrapped up in a poem from kī anthony.
bad apple’s first Letter from the Editor. A welcome, many, many rounds of thank yous, and a bit of wistful optimism from Damien Levi.
In a dream, you saw a way to survive, and you were filled with joy.
Help keep the lights on.