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Birte Kaufmann is a German photographer. She lives and works in Cologne and Berlin.
‘We are sitting in a cafe, on planet Earth, on the night before our wedding day.’ Fiction by Aidan Cottrell-Boyce.
‘Dinner plates empty in front of me, and the present softens and melts’.New fiction from David Hayden.
‘The Roma understand that a home doesn’t need axles and wheels to be “Gypsy”, and we look for other signs.’Damian Le Bas introduces photographs taken by the Herak family.
‘Imagine that, said Mairéad. A Frenchman and an Englishman squabbling over our turf.’A linguist and a painter clash in this excerpt from The Colony by Audrey Magee.
‘The first time I was painted by Hannah Meehan, she spent some time arranging me into a pose that would work for her.’ A short story by Ana Kinsella.
‘We were trapped in a sort of double prison: by poverty in Europe, and by China and its expectations of us.’
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