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Issue no. 7 

September 2022 - December 2022


Asiya Islam

1 story every 3 weeks from the end of September until the end of December


 In this issue, we explore the gritty work of life-making in a changing world. In an auto-ethnographic poem, Pip McDonald considers the spectre of digital technology.  Sabin Dorohoi taps into the emotions of a child whose parents have gone abroad for work. Diana Hatchett narrates a mother's effort to fulfil her expectations for her and her daughter’s lives. Cosmin Popan & Letizia Bonanno offer a graphic take on the work of platform capitalism in Cluj. Finally, Shivangi Kaushik ponders cracked feet as she observes the work that women quietly do.

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I, learning technologist

"I work in tech, therefore I am."

Pip McDonald

published on September 28


Way of the Danube

"Why did you make that promise?"

Sabin Dorohoi

in collaboration with

to be published on October 19

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Ashti's Great Expectations

"She lived there already, and each day was like the last." 

Diana Hatchett

published on November 9


delivering PRECARITY

"How long have you been waiting?"

Cosmin Popan & Letizia Bonanno

published on December 1


Why women have cracked feet

“Cracked feet and citizenship can wait”

Shivangi Kaushik

published on December 21

Work was curated by Asiya Islam

Stories were edited by Fatima Raja, Ewa Majczak, Marco Di Nunzio, Koreen Reece, Jose Sherwood Gonzalez and Asiya Islam

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