Thomas Kern is a Yugoslavian photographer. His photo essay ‘Pictures of the War’ appeared in Granta 44.
‘There are glimmers of the reality beyond, the promise of redemption even in the darkest places.’ Adam Foulds introduces the photography of Ian Willms.
‘Migration will not stop: if there is a single lesson to be taken home from Lesbos it is that.’
‘To unfriend the refrain of sorrow / One must break the ribcage of a city’
‘Question: is romance just a father who never carried you to bed carrying you, at last, to bed?’
‘You do not understand. In this country one understands nothing.’
‘…a fully-fledged, award-winning, gold-plated monster…it knows only one language—bombs and death’ —Harold Pinter ‘…the only...
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