Bloody Tomatoes in Brexit Times

Camilla Macciani, MA Migration and Diaspora Studies Walking through Tesco’s corridors, as the day of Brexit gets closer, many might think of what will be left on the shelves after the UK leaves the European Union. With still uncertain trade arrangements, supermarkets such as Tesco and Sainsburys do not yet know which suppliers will be […]

ONE DAY SEYOUM: #FreeEritrea

Anonymous Student In Eritrea, people are being imprisoned for years without trial. Isaias Afewerki has been the country’s sole president since independence in 1993. Since then, he has been imposing constraints on both political activity and media coverage. Voices of democracy have been silenced. Although the Eritrean constitution welcomes multiple political parties, the ruling People’s […]

Issue 4 Poetry

A Mark Your palm was in my gaze from a road full of fingerprints The tension of your thighs and walk I felt you You felt me too I saw you take your deep breathe as you made your mark on my heart with those deep brown night eyes I saw you You saw me […]