The Murder of Celine Diaz

The murder of Celine Diaz took place in the early hours of Saturday morning at approximately 0230 hours. Celine Diaz’s body was found on Barnaby Street inside a small […]

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Film Review: Burning Sands

‘It is Easier to build strong children than repair a broken man’.

This quote […]

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Queen of Hearts

Shuffling. Shuffling, and shuffling again. The dense bodies around the table look around at each […]

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Run with the Moon

“Ruby, come ‘ere would you, I need your help!” she called to me. […]

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The Adventurous Life of my Grandparents

Both of my grandparents were born in Pakistan. I was always told by my grandmother that […]

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Film Review: Finding Fatimah

 

Hiding

Finding Fatimah is romantic comedy about a guy who is about to turn thirty and is desperate to get married. Due […]

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From Bangladesh to Brick Lane – my father’s memories

A clear sky is a rare sight in London, but it is a perfect […]

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Film Review: The English Patient

Extensive, connecting and rather gasping emotionally, The English Patient is a respectable, intellectual but less than […]

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Film Review: Hidden Figures

“This film is about unity. We stand here a proud actors thanking every member of this incredible guild, for voting […]

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Berry’s Boys

 

 

Footsteps funnelled in through the paint-peeled gates of Burlington Danes as they did on any […]

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Interview – Brooklyn-born rapper London Living: Meet Kobaine

 

With the divide between the US and UK rap scenes now closer than ever, I […]

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Zoltan and I

 

Somewhere on a street in west London. Chill […]

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A Job For Life

“Dear Kat,

Whilst looking for suitable candidates online, I came across your CV. As a […]

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At the Mercy of Memory

To Eric, my sister’s husband, who took his own life on March 5th, 2017, at age 36. 

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We met in Trinidad when I was […]

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Unpretentious Optimism: An Interview with Podcasters Chris Lagana and Alex Mills

 

True to the style of the Australia-based It’s Probably Fine podcast, by […]

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The Ice Skater

You will not remember this. There will be no buried memory, the […]

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There’s Strength in Strange

It’s 2am.

My hands shake with lack of sleep and I wince, as once again I […]

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a child's flux of memories (from the corner of Via Rocco Carabba, Lanciano)

 

Silent Spring

the plane lands

like a bee on rosemary

old memories are polluted

 

Cretan labyrinth

to get […]

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A Bestiary

Kindness.

He had bought a new suit and a dark brown organizer from Moleskin. He had […]

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Airport Group Poem

ARRIVALS/DEPARTURES

 

 

It’s all behind glass.

Passport. Passport. No, […]

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Headline News

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At three o’clock, I tore myself away from the second-hand book market by […]

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Blue and Gold

Of all the ridiculously low points in my twenty-four years on this earth, crying hysterically in front […]