How much do we internalise sexism? In 'Baseball', a feminist activist guiltily faces their own subconscious.
"The fire in our blood" – Creative Writing begins its series celebrating International Women's Day with Mariana Carvalho's 'Phoenixes'.
In Hannah Goldswain's 'Cardboard City', destruction of apocalyptic extent spreads through a city: 'There was a blanket of silence, muffling the streets. Not even leaves raised their heads, almost out of respect for the fallen.'
In Kleopatra Olympiou's 'Homes', two spaces become one, forming a new, hybrid identity.
In this poem, Creative Writing Editor Chloe Scaling reflects on finding a spiritual home and friends in Quaker meetings.
As part of Creative Writing's series on the theme of Home and Belonging, Holly Parkinson writes about a home which is crumbling.
'Hold my head down inside your veins': in Sandhita Chandra's 'thunderstorm', the sky thunders and so does the heart.