issue no. 2

G E N E R A T I O N


F O R E W A R D

Editor’s note regarding the
second issue of (un)titled:
we are not defined by labels.

 

I N T E R V I E W S

We spoke to the founder of
Books Fight Back to talk about
her social media platform
dedicated to education
surrounding social justice
issues we face today.

We spoke to the emerging young photographer Luella Dawson on gender, boundaries and her practice as a photographer.

 

In this interview we spoke with Saoirse Johnston Gaffey an emerging spoken word poet on her influences and how poetry plays a part in the conversations of this generation.

We spoke to the creators Edward Zorab and Mollie Cayzer-Colvin behind Youth in Bed a new short
film that chronicles moments intertwined across generations
on the same bed.

 

In this interview, we spoke with Núria Martin Fandos professional dancer and member of the New York based dance company MICHIYAYA dance. We spoke about her upbringing and her connection to dance today.

We stopped into PLEASURE, a
new space for those dedicated
to music and club culture. We
asked them about the relationship between the old and the new and the force behind this new space.


V I S U A L A R T

 

At the Grave of Simone de Beavoir is a poem accompanied by a photographic series by Ciara Burke.

Post Memory From A Lost Country is a photographic series exploring cultural identity and the disappearance of Yugoslavia by Emma Zukovic.

 

maybe, i too, was photosynthesizing is an illustrated series by Hannah Nishat-Botero

 

P O E T R Y + P R O S E

Waiting Room a poem by Meadhbh Mcnutt.
'…Friends, / link arms and occupy space. / Fingers / lace before the curfew...’

Shore a poem by Aoife Burke
'No inch of our bodies strangers, / No verse left unread…’

 

Katie Simpson shares a collection of three poems with us for this issue.

‘…in your name / the same contradiction / smooth sounds / hiding consonants.’

Sharmila Rahman shares three
poems with us in this issue. Feed me, Drink Me, Rain Songs, Wind Pipes and Epitaphs and Flightless Bird in Stormy Weather
'I often think about how much
I love you / and that odour that lingers / once heavy doors shut…’