THOUGHT PIECE: Abeir Soukieh tells of eyebrows scorned and meddled with, and of the solace found in Turkish drama.
POEM: Vesna Cvjetićanin brings us a poem exploring the inescapable nature of genes and family heritage, in both English and Serbian.
POEM: Jasmine Soukieh shares with us a rolling, rhythmical poem that touches on the untouchable nature of ancestry, heritage, condemnation, pardon, disquietude…
MEMOIR: Dunja Cvjetićanin brings us a memoir from her 2011 sojourn in Serbia, where she reflects on things found – and lost – during her time there.
PHOTOS: Vijay Koul brings us two photos that highlight the striking, shared beauty of autumn in his two homes – Kashmir and Canberra.
RECIPE: Asefeh Zeinalabedini shares with us the warm and delicious memories evoked for her by the special Azeri dish, Qarni Yariq.
POEM: Ella Kurz takes us on a visceral trip, exploring the mind-body experience of learning a new language.
PHOTO REFLECTION: Karen Hua, Anne He, Alice He and Abeir Soukieh bring us a thoughtful collaboration combining photography and fashion.
REFLECTION: Akka Ballenger Constantin explores what “home” means to her, and reminisces about the tastes she carries with her wherever she goes to maintain that sense of home for her always.
REFLECTION: Asha Lambert-Patel recounts an interaction that toes the fine line between cultural appreciation and cultural appropriation.