I write this with the intention of gifting my words as a present to myself, because often times I forget what I write. And when I look back at them after a long time, it’s like my writing’s not my own. So perhaps, if I wrote myself indirectly, I might remember what I am about to say. Lately, I’ve been neglecting myself, gifting others with … Continue reading poltergeist: a poem
Mixed. That’s the category I fall into, being Portuguese and Angolan. Race was never really an issue for me when I was younger. I never really cared about skin colour or really noticed it, considering I have black and white family members. I quickly realized that skin colour and appearance really affect the way people view you. The first time I realized this, was back … Continue reading A Post On Ignorance
submitted by Anna Aldridge ‘One belongs to New York instantly, one belongs to it as much in five minutes as in five years.’ – Tom Wolfe I’ve always felt a connection to New York, and I think we all share this connection, a dream with the city. My dream is to live there for a few years and experience life as a true New Yorker. But … Continue reading 72 Hours in New York City
Home isn’t a place—it’s a feeling. Continue reading What is “home”?
…my home was never really one specific place. Continue reading Take Me Home
Nour talks about her first love and why they aren’t overrated at all. Continue reading First Love #1: Him
Ema shares her favourite underrated indie albums! Continue reading Indie albums you have to listen to before you die