MEMOIR: Dunja Cvjetićanin takes us on a journey between home and work, in Belgrade and Canberra.
POEM: Abeir Soukieh brings us a poem of youth and difference and survival, and her little cousin Rim.
POEM: Jasmine Soukieh shares a poem touching on the mix of thoughts, feelings and assumptions involved in less-familiar language settings.
REFLECTION: Barbara Amalberti reflects on a summer spent in her hometown of Vallecrosia, Italy and what she saw there.
REFLECTION / POEM: Akka Ballenger Constantin reflects on the experience of “sitting” simultaneously between and within cultures.
ILLUSTRATION: In the absence of a common language, Nadia Ingrid Hooton tries to get closer to her Indonesian relatives through photographs and sketches.
POEM: Kaya Lattimore wrangles with the turbulent complexity of the question “where are you from?”.
PHOTOS: Dunja Cvjetićanin takes us on a photographic journey through a couple of streets in Belgrade, inspired by a game of “Follow Me”…
REFLECTION / POEM: Abeir Soukieh describes the way a set of postcards from Lebanon helped her to piece together some elements of her identity.
POEM: Ray Mardia reflects on memories stored unconsciously and the power they have to bring comfort in difficult moments.