For what it’s worth
‘For what it’s worth’ is a poem penned in a frantic reflection of the intoxicating and often nauseating sensation of falling in love when you are young.
‘floodgates; is a poem from kī anthony that tiptoes around self-actualisation, desire, and mutual destruction.
A piece by Dani Yourukova in which a dungeon-crawling, adventure game is also secretly about the relationship between value and time, the evils of capitalism, and the financial precarity that comes with being a working artist.
An Ordinary Evening
Five people sit down together at the end of the night to play a game of truth or dare. Little do they know that something else is setting the rules.
Overcoming your own shame is hard enough, but how long can we shoulder someone else’s?
Coco seeks to break the ice and find what lies beneath the surface. “I like the raw relief of the skies spit – I don’t like exhaust melting down my spine.”
Let your pretenses unfurl line by line in this disarming poem by new featured writer Casey Lucas.
coming home for dinner
Around an Asian migrant dinner table, dietary restrictions, chronic illness and queerness become thorny subjects to avoid.
Black Holes Where My Heart Should Be
A tender poem of gravity and gold by self-declared professional menace El Spurlock.
Kyra Lawler draws inspiration from Orville Peck’s “Dead of Night” and searches for a slice of cliché among the vastness of the universe.