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Afghan Diary

By Langlands & Bell Twenty years ago the artists Langlands & Bell were commissioned by the Imperial War Museum to visit Afghanistan as War Artists. They won a BAFTA and were shortlisted for the Turner Prize for The House of Osama bin Laden, a ... Leer más...

The World needs more New Zealand

By André López Turner It has one of the lowest Covid related dead rates in the world, it is also the first country that gave women their right to vote and to this day remains one the most ecologically aware places in the planet with thirty percent of its t... Leer más...

Sobreviviendo a Subiela

Por Carlos Rojas Cocoma Es vital para nuestra salud mental y estética lidiar una guerra contra el cliché, pidiendo prestado un título de Martin Amis. Y es que el cine, como la mala poesía, es un festín de lugares e ideas comunes. Desde Berna, Suiza, nuestr... Leer más...

Estar en el meneo

Para esta joven dominicana este es el tipo de artículos que, según ella, "le salen de los ovarios." Tan sólo esperamos que sus glándulas sigan produciendo más de estas observaciones para deleite nuestro y por supuesto también de nuestros lectores ... Leer más...

On Privacy and Letting Go

By karlina Veras We introduce our new regular South London young columnist. First with a short monologue on the comforts of cheap booze in self-exile - now made into a video - plus an exclusive note on the cruelty of strangers and the painful anonymity... Leer más...

Speaking like Cervantes in the Rain

By Gabriel Moreno Gabriel Moreno is a very well known name in the London poets circle.  A troubadour in the strict sense of the word, he is a poet and a song writer who not only performs regularly in the few bars and pubs where poetry is welcome but also help... Leer más...