Home is second-hand

A Poem By Pippa Browning It is an antique that much is obvious dark wood, majestic, used organised mess from manageable brilliance to ignored wonder spirals of colour coordinated consciousness there’s a locked drawer and an unimaginable lock that seems to have misplaced a key the idea of filing cabinets shouldn’t be this traumatic but, I […]

Book Review: Wuthering Heights

A Book Review By Melissa Fortuin Wuthering Heights Author: Emily Brontë Year published: 1847 Genre: Gothic, bildungsroman, romance, tragedy Let’s get into it. Wuthering Heights is not for the faint of heart, and despite it being a romance it’s definitely not for revelers of your stereotypical vanilla swirl love affair enthusiasts. But upon hearing I would […]

Skwata camp

A Poem By Pelonomi Itumeleng home is a skwata camp my mother’s house hosts our demons. parallel paralysis, we look to our walls They know the secrets. my mother’s house a concentration camp, a safe space for all in need of holding their demons hostage. our brother’s feed off our mouths we are children of the […]