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Issue no. 6 

May 2022 - July 2022

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Tom Lochery // Hermes

1 story every 3 weeks from the beginning of May until the end of July


 In this issue, we look at becoming as a contested site of possibility. Jamie Wang turns a tap and pens an ode to the mundane. Fiona Murphy tries to uncover the story of a boy whose childhood ended in an orphanage. Vagelis Kolotsios draws out stories from behind prison walls. Febi Ramadhan follows a friend navigating faith and desire. Finally, Galatea Scotti takes us on a sequence of journeys without end.

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The genealogy of tap water

‘I sigh, go home,

turn on the tap, make tea.'

Jamie Wang

published on May 4

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Archives of removal

'Just like that, the past can spill out, radically altering the present, remaking erstwhile speculation.' 

Fiona Murphy

published on May 25


Counter stories

'I went crazy and without thinking I bit her arm...'

Vagelis Kolotsios

published on June 15

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God in/of the ordinary

'Why should I be one of the people who is given a test like this?'

Febi Ramadhan

published on July 6

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Cycles of perpetual movement

'Whenever I will get the opportunity, I will go.'

Galatea Scotti 

published on July 27

Becoming was curated by Fatima Raja and Marco Di Nunzio

Stories were edited by Fatima Raja, Asiya Islam, Koreen Reece, Marco Di Nunzio, Orkideh Behrouzan, Lindsay Sawyer, Francesca Meloni, Letizia Bonanno and Jose Sherwood Gonzalez

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