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Three poems from Mutsuo Takahaski
Two poems from Japanese poet Akehiro Shirai
Alison Watts discusses a Japanese adaptation of Othello.
A young woman comes to terms with what gets passed down.
Six poems by poet Tian Yuan.
Japanese artist Mari Katayama interviewed.
Looking at art and nature with Pico Iyer
Litro’s Spring 2021 print issue now appearing online
So whenever I drive past King’s and see a group of Chinese tourists, I know I have to be on the lookout. Could a driverless car do that?”
Science fiction reflects our world, extrapolating our hopes and fears in a distant setting.
…there is another side to algorithms epitomized in the art works of Manfred Mohr.
Rachel Rossin is a multi-media and installation artist based in New York City
At the heart of the piece is Ebizie’s experience of a rare neurological condition that was barely recognised until 2014.
We all know how she got here. Want. Desire. All the poor little mermaid’s ever wanted is legs, to split open like a lazy mollusk revealing its tender bits
I didn’t want to be a victim to my desire, to the legacies of white supremacy and internalized homophobia.