None of Us are Free Until all of Us are Free
None of Us are Free Until all of Us are Free is a book of poems from people currently incarcerated.
A’isyiyah is a Batak and Jawa mama who grew up on unceded Cabrogal Land (South-West Sydney). They are invested in building strong communities founded upon intergenerational, ancestral, and collective healing. They organise in community both autonomously and with Anticolonial Asian Alliance, a First Nations solidarity collective. They dream and study prison abolition and transformative justice, and are the vocalist of anticolonial erratic hardcore band Arafura.
The Tower by
he thinks we’re walking the path
and not my dream of the lighthouse
Electric Lotus by Manisha Anjali
Electric Lotus was written during Manish’s recidency at Incendium Radical Library.
Liquidation by Autumn Royal
Liquidation is a collection of anti-elegies exploring how love & loss generate experiences of ecstatic awareness & the uncanny sensation of being both inside & outside the body. With shifts, spills & soaks, Liquidation interrogates the representational qualities of language in relation to how varying forms of value are placed on normative expectations relating to emotions & identities.
I occupy space, which is to say i am always grieving by Chi Tran
Chi’s chapbook is available