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With For About Heart of Glass’ 5th With For About conference responds to the additional challenges that Covid-19 creates for many marginalised people and communities, asking: – What creative solu... The contents of this writing seek to define the collaboration occurring in Issue #2. A dialogue between the editors of Content-Full and the minds behind Sold Out Publishing. Kat It is 1 July, 2020. I’m sitting down to write this from my kitchen table. I have been procrastinating writing this. My attention has shifted an... #WithForAbout2020 – A statement on a slow conference for a fast evolving crisis, by Cecilia Wee and the vacuum cleaner Image above: The Hologram, Cassie Thornton. bell hooks: ‘I want to talk about what it means to maintain that marginality even as one works, produces, li... A Journey of Differences Welcome to our journey of differences. Over the past couple of months, most of us have been displaced, confused and uncertain of our existence as ... Report on the state of grey affairs. Monday 25 May 2020 There is a poster not too far from my flat. It is displayed on the side of a bus stop, behind a layer of plexiglass. ... Report on the state of grey affairs. Sunday 10 May 2020 The swallows are back. I noticed it last week. Before I could see them, their calls gave them away. The emblematic high-pitched chirps, coming in ... Here’s Jony 1 This meeting is being recorded, but the Chatham Rule1 applies. We’ve disabled the chat- and raising-your-hand features. Welcome to the Knight Commander of the Br... Report on the state of grey affairs. Sunday 26 April 2020 After the last report, I remembered a picture. I knew it still existed somewhere and, surely enough, I managed to find it on an inactive ... Report on the state of grey affairs. Sunday 12 April 2020 Lately, I’ve been thinking about weather frogs. When I was a kid and visiting my grandparents in the countryside, catching frogs and keeping them ar... Report on the state of grey affairs. Friday 03 April 2020 I’m starting to worry, just a bit. I’m starting to worry that, soon enough, there won’t be much for me to report. It mig...