issue no.3: refuge

In the third issue, themed ‘refuge’:

  • Photographs by Moath Alofi documenting remote, abandoned and makeshift mosques in Saudi Arabia
  • An essay in words, photographs and ephemera by Felix Bazalgette on disparate lives in a village near Heathrow
  • An erotic prose poem by Alex Bennett
  • Paul Clinton considering the problem of queer ethics
  • Gareth Evans on the Armenian genocide, diaspora and absence 
  • Britt Hill on the squats providing sanctuary for refugees in Athens
  • Every Ocean Hughes on changing her name
  • Stills from the Jasleen Kaur video installation I Keep Telling Them These Stories
  • A short story by William Kherbek from the graveyard shift at ILoveItCafe
  • A speculative tale by Joanne McNeil
  • A selection from the Sabelo Mlangeni series Country Girls depicting queer life in rural South Africa
  • New work by Prem Sahib documenting a derelict sauna prior to its demolition
  • New work from a project by Sam Williams made at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden
  • A selection of drawings by Lucy Atherton,Todd BuraColter Jacobsen and Hannah Quinlan & Rosie Hastings
  • A very personal archive from the editors, recounting life in the early 2000s in San Francisco, a ‘city of refuge’, comprising photographic work by Jamie Atherton and an essay by Jeremy Atherton Lin originally published in Index magazine in 2003 
  • The debut of our first regular column, in which Bryony Quinn examines the etymology of the issue’s theme