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BORDER – a collective poem

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Written by the participants at a series of creative writing workshops which took place in the Trampoline House during Spring 2016. Collected by Liv Nimand Duvå I live on the border between the I and…

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visAvis #12: Recommendations

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John Steinbeck: Grapes of Wrath Novel, 1939 I would like to share what is in my opinion one of the most significant books on the migration theme: Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. This is…

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A burning taste of exile

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Recommendation: Warsan Shire: Teaching My Mother How To Give Birth. Poems. flipped eye publishing 2011 By Lise Olivarius The first words of Warsan Shire’s collection of poems read: “I have my mother’s mouth and my…

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Kastrup Airport

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– a few words about the lot of the immigrant By Alen Mešković · illustration by Casper Øbro One summer day in 1996 I landed at Kastrup Airport after a three-week vacation in the Balkans….

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Poems From Syria

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Tareq Aljabr (born 1987) is a Syrian poet and translator living in Damascus. Originally from the Golan Heights, his family was displaced during the occupation by Israel. These poems were written during the last year’s…

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