INTERVIEW: Dunja Cvjetićanin chats with Bridget Balodis, director of “Jurassica”, a multilingual play exploring migration, family and cross-cultural interactions.
MEMOIR: Dunja Cvjetićanin takes us on a journey between home and work, Belgrade and Canberra.
REFLECTION: Barbara Amalberti reflects on a summer spent in her hometown of Vallecrosia, Italy and what she saw there.
REFLECTION / POEM: Abeir Soukieh describes the way a set of postcards from Lebanon helped her to piece together some elements of her identity.
MEMOIR: Boripat Lebel remembers the nature reserve he and his family used to explore in the hinterland of Perth, Australia.
REFLECTION: Teresa Sadkowsky shares her experiences reconciling her Japanese and Australian cultural identities after an extended time spent living overseas.
REFLECTION: Vinh Tran shares a touching experience of the intimate space he was brought into by a common language.
INTERVIEW: Dunja Cvjetićanin and Anita Patel sit down with Nathan Gubler of SubjectACT to have a chat about be:longing.
REFLECTION: Marwa Rida explores the process of finding a sense of home in Canberra, Australia, 15 years after migrating.
THOUGHT PIECE: Annabel Boyer brings us a personal reflection on the struggle to belong in the place where you were born.