'By dancing on the radishes, naked as the sun And she has eaten the moon, this is kinship and Monarchy, a lady in waiting.'
Emily Brown shares with us a short piece which fits well with our current theme of 'Nostalgia in the Digital Age'.
'There was one time when I emerged from the bath, standing up to my stubby height while water dribbled down me in rivuleted rotations.' Orlagh Davies uses poetry and flash fiction to explore gender.
Batur Ozan Togay shares with us his interpretation of the theme 'Explorations of Gender'.
'Now gender as drag may be a concept for plebs, but I was unquestionably born a queen.' Victor Schagerlund shares a thought-provoking anecdote about his fourth birthday.
The only physics proper to this universe is the one that says gravity is attraction not surrender.
"My rays are golden spectacles That hide me when I weep."