POEM: Vesna Cvjetićanin describes the elusiveness of locating and choosing between her two personal histories.
POEM: Bojana Kos describes the difficulty of belonging to a “stranded” diaspora.
POEM: Ray Mardia reflects on her return to a far-off home, and what she saw there.
POEM: Ifa Barry remembers nights spent under the light of fireflies.
POEM: Vesna Cvjetićanin ponders the changing of the seasons, imagining the different sights and sounds that signal equinox on both sides of the world.
POEM: Abeir Soukieh offers up a spectacular feast of language, exploring the culinary landscape of her ancestral lands.
PROSE POEM: Dunja Cvjetićanin takes us through a stream-of-consciousness exploration of her efforts to connect to contemporary life in the Balkans, from a distance.
POEM: Relja Cvjetićanin narrates the intermingling of his Australian and Serbian lives through a poetic stream-of-consciousness reflection.
POEM: Anita Patel remembers two dear moments of bonding with strangers, unimpeded by any veil of “difference”.
POEM: Vesna Cvjetićanin brings us a poem exploring the inescapable nature of genes and family heritage, in both English and Serbian.