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Chill Girl Winter

Kōtuku Titihuia Nuttall explores the deep connection to winter within Māori and W̱SÁNEĆ cosmology, and the benefits of the cold for the girls that prefer to layer up instead of sweat off their makeup.


Tower Card Energy

Makanaka Tuwe on things falling apart and Saturn making sure they do – changed friendships, new lovers and tower card energy.


Hybrid Rose’s Hyperpop Fantasy

Madeleine Crutchley interviews Te Whanganui-a-Tara based musician, Hybrid Rose, on her latest album, and the pop songs and divas that have influenced the hot new sound of HyperKunt.


Announcing Issue 06: Vibe Shift

Guest editor and poet Tayi Tibble introduces our sixth issue, with an essay on shaking it up during the world's most personal L era (a global pandemic).


Vibe Shift Soundtrack

DJ and Musician Brown Boy Magik's curated playlist for Issue 6: Vibe shift. It kinda goes HARD.


Letter to my Unfinished Manuscript

Vanessa Mei Crofskey writes a letter to their unwritten manuscript, and dwells on the way Western notions of time, plus the pandemic, have affected their relationship to productivity and success.


Brutal Wits

Beth Clemens writes about her surreal life after a brain injury.



Claire Mabey reflects on the legacy of the Spice Girls, and the female ghosts in her family.


The Golden Age of Online Poetry

Ash Davida Jane reminisces on the glory days of Tumblr for discovering writing.


Class of Ass

Mary Mosteller chats to Amy Tepania-Ahdo, Tina Fua, and Katie Walker of NZ Twerk Empire about blending the African-American dance form with Moana flavour.


It's All About the Drama, Really

Mya Morrison-Middleton in conversation with Fully Explicit founder Creamy Mami, who took DJing and partying out of the boys’ club by catering to the freaks.


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