Interview with Jen Calleja, founder of Anglo-German arts and ethnography magazine Verfreundungseffekt.
A simple diagnosis of depression as a matter of “brain chemistry” can render the complex politics of daily life irrelevant.
Few experiences are more awkward. Why does it usually happen when we’re at Tesco’s in our pyjama bottoms with no make up on?
My parents taught me that you do not laugh at another person’s suffering. Yet ableism is more deeply entrenched in society than ever.
If the British parliament does not vote in favour of the euthanasia bill, we will continue to endorse suffering over relief.
The new type of consumer – the love child of the Couch Potato and the Channel Surfer – has been raised on streaming devices.
When you find out that the person you love is of a different gender than you’d thought, you end up with a lot of questions.
Phillip Seymour Hoffman didn’t have it all, in the end. How do we find happiness, then, if not by fulfilling every one of our material desires?
It’s all about control. I never suspected it, but my ex-boyfriend got into my head, harassed me for months – and I blamed myself.
The funding climate in the UK has been as inclement as the actual weather, but rays of sunshine are breaking through the dark clouds.