Photoset By Georgia Iris Szawaryn
*Click on photo to enlarge. Georgia Iris Szawaryn is a Writing Arts graduate student at Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey. She is currently working on a young adult fiction novel for her master’s project, based on her life and experience as a Korean adoptee in America. You can follow her on Instagram @georgiaiszawaryn.
Vanitas By Kim Dijkstra
In a society based on over-consumption, Kim Dijkstra tries to reveal the intrinsic quality in the things that we seem to value least. How well do we really know the things we carelessly discard or throw away? Must we not bring them to life and form a bond with them? Links: http://www.kimdijkstra.nl Insagram: @Kim_Dijkstra_Film_Photo Facebook:…
Where The Peacock Can Dance Free By Subhajit Naskar
The legitimacy of homosexuality/trans-sexuality is a law just passed in India. People from the queer community are still seen through the same point of view by the society. As usual, they are bullied and insulted in their workplace and on the streets at random. As if that was not enough, they are even assaulted physically.…
Garden of Love By Shiela Scott
Click photo to enlarge. Shiela Denise Scott is an artist earning credits in Photography and Creative Writing for Entertainment. She specializes in Poetry, but taught in multiple genres. She looks forward to being seen and read by all. Visit her facebook here.
Autumn in Progress By Carolyn Martin
Click photos to enlarge. Carolyn Martin is a lover of gardening and snorkeling, feral cats and backyard birds, writing and photography. She is currently the poetry editor of Kosmos Quarterly: journal for global transformation. Visit: carolynmartinpoet.com
Quiet, Please by Natasha Fontenelle
Quiet, Please. I can’t hear myself not think,The incessant chatter edges me close to the brink. Quiet, please.Did I fail to mentionHow exhausting I find the piercing cries for attention?Eyes tight headachesCrave space to createVacation from persistent nonsensical notifications. Quiet, please.Let me feel the breeze,Please don’t bulldoze this void with more continuous noise.Leave me to…
Overhill Moon By Rahul Kakkar
Born in a family of defence personnel, Rahul Kakkar enjoys the idea of travelling around, which in turn fuels his passion for photography and filmmaking. Currently working as a freelance digital marketer, he can be found watching House and loving pups in his free time. Links: Instagram: @rahul.kakkar_ Twitter: @rahulkakkardoc
My name is Sami By Daniela Lucato
Length: 3 minutes 45 secondsHD Color Director, Writer, Performer: Daniela LucatoCinematography: Jacopo Pantaleoni Statement “This video was made during lockdown and finished on 25th April 2020. It is a reflection about domestic violence, human rights and woman condition in all countries. I was inspired by a personal involvement, an old friend I met by chance…
The Queen of Earth by Martin Angiuli
Martin Angiuli was born in the South of Italy in 1992. For 8 years, he’s been a professional dancer. As co-founder of an artistic collective, ConTrust Collective, he works in Europe and abroad as a videographer, editor, and director of his films which have been shown in various video festivals and online galleries.