Written and Illustrated by Maria Pletnev / @mariapltnv Continue reading Poem: Warning for the Next Boy in my Life
By Daniel Calabresi.
Illustrated by LVB Art. Continue reading Poem: A Time Bomb
An extremely powerful and moving poem about the end of an abusive relationship. Written by JD and illustrated by @Oh_Persefoni Continue reading Poem: I Left
@Serious.Sharon shares her experience of growing up as an artist in a critical environment, and how this impacted upon her own self-belief – leading her to doubt not only her talents, but also her general self-worth.
This relatable piece is illustrated with Sharon’s incredible artwork – now able to be given the recognition it has always deserved. Continue reading Taking a Good Hard Look in the Mirror
A powerful account of the physical and emotional journey of an endometriosis diagnosis and a difficult but miraculous pregnancy. Written and Illustrated by Emma. Continue reading Capture The Castle
By Kaitlin Sowerby
Illustrated by Enzo Urbina @The.King.Of.Nowhere Continue reading Poem: “Just Be Happy” They Say
“I walk around, trying not to think too much.
As a result, I think all the time.”
A wild garden of feelings, thoughts and growth, Written and Illustrated by @Serious.Sharon Continue reading Learning To Live In My Wild Garden
By Conrad Pugh Illustrated by Casper – @doomegg People see me with my chin up, but can’t see the fight my soul’s in. Think I’m in control but my thoughts are daily stolen. See smiles, joy and laughterbut can’t tell that there’s disaster. Constantly enslaved and well depression is my master. With will I try to fight this, but yet still I feel the urge. … Continue reading Poem: Fear
As school teachers across Aotearoa prepare to strike once again on May 29th, The Commodity of Care shares the reasons why teachers across the country desperately need our support. Words: Aubrey Orne-Adams, Illustrated by Claudia Marie. Continue reading The Commodity of Care
By Aliza Hodson, Illustrated by Rubi Franco. NOTE: This story covers themes of suicide and self harm and may be triggering for some readers Continue reading Shoestrings: A Short Story