Fade – Rafiat Lamidi

Fade Rafiat Lamidi This series shows photographs taken in December 2021 of the walls in the compound of my home in Ibadan, Nigeria. The walls have been painted for a while and the colour of the paint has washed off over time. After the cemented wall beneath was...

Follow, Follow – RJ Mustafa

Follow, Follow RJ Mustafa “Hey, ready to go?” Aziz dropped the tube hidden between his fingers at the sudden interruption. His heart fluttering behind the wine-coloured button-up he’d chosen for tonight, he clasped his eyes shut for a moment. Campus should have been...

All Was Well Until It Wasn’t – Raheem Omeiza

All Was Well Until It Wasn’t Raheem Omeiza There aren’t many things I hate more than the rush that surrounds the Maghrib prayer. The correct time for Maghrib is tricky: dusk, but not the beginning of dusk because that is too early, but also not at night when...

How Human It Is to Be Hungry – Jae Eason

How Human It Is to Be Hungry Jae Eason Chicken bones rest scattered on a plate, surrounded by the crumbs of a newly eaten steak. Cherry Kool-Aid stained lip-shaped on the side of the cup; artificial red remnants pool in its base. A pecan pie slice sits on the side of...