Edition 19

Triumph

When a person’s path crosses with a fallen civilisation, does the person have to bear the burden of their fate? He caught glimpses of the ruined towers first, rising like crippled malformed fingers from the […]

Edition 16

Carrot Jam

Golshifteh spends a day with her grandparents and they make jam from the carrots in their backyard. ‘Carrot jam?’ you ask? Yes. Carrot jam. Delicious. It had been a long and boring school holiday for […]

Feature articles

Murder Confession #01

Dear the eager and prosperous students who take their first steps on university soil, Your gleaming eyes and visible sense of wonder continues to intrigue me as I watch you drift around in search for […]

Feature articles

Faded Blush

My Last Duchess by Robert Browning By Renee Biele ‘Tonight, I need it done tonight.’ The fire in the hearth burned soft, the embers within emitting barely a glow. The Duke of Ferrara’s face was […]