The latest addition to our haiku column.
New in our haiku column by Louise Gerodias, on intimacy and isolation.
Continuing our haiku series on family masks …
The latest instalment in our haiku column by Louise Gerodias.
Continuing our haiku series with a meditation on the destruction of the earth and dystopian futures. Featuring mixed-media artwork by Ian Priest
Continuing our haiku series with a meditation on the politics of self-love
Continuing the haiku series with an exploration of the battleground that is ‘home’
Continuing our haiku series with “hearth” a collection of poems about what it means to be home.
Three new haikus, carrying surprising water motifs, reflect on our quotidian lives.
Read the first instalment of our new Haiku column!
Jollibee is more than just a Filipino fast food chain. It is to me what McDonald’s is to many of my friends from other places—a staple. I have known Jollibee, both the chain and the mascot, since I could barely eat solid food. I’ve attended birthday parties, caught up with family and friends, and reflected on my personal growth with Jollibee. This bee might even have brought me closer to God…