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.
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.
PHOTO REFLECTION: Anita Patel shares one of the special ways she has learned to understand and express love.
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.