POEM: Jasmine Soukieh considers the implications of certain praise applied to cross-cultural people.
POEM: Ian C Smith remembers his mother’s first reactions to Australia, having emigrated from England.
REFLECTION: Vesna Cvjetićanin recalls a warm meeting with a stranger in Singapore, reflecting on the different reactions foreigners have to the places they visit.
POEM: Nikola Popović considers the impacts of conflict on the soldiers and citizens living through it, some staying and some leaving.
POEM: Isi Unikowski reflects on the intimacy and solemnity of sharing a language with speakers who are becoming fewer and fewer.
THOUGHT PIECE: Hands warmed by rust-red Broome soil, Relja Cvjetićanin considers the cascade of decisions and situations that has led him to where he is.
INTERVIEW: Part 3 of our conversation with contributor, Anna Koestenbauer.
MEMOIR: Mirsad Ramić shares with us the second part of his long-form piece detailing his personal and familial experiences across places he has called home.
INTERVIEW: Nastaran Mazloumi talks with be:longing about her artistic practice and how her migration story and cross-cultural background have shaped this.
POEM: Luoyang Chen reflects on the influence of intergenerational trauma on migration.