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Illustration on various topics, as published in Internazionale.

The high-level sport

by Thomas Gunzig

An Indian writer discovers Europe

For the novelist Nirmal Verma (1929–2005), Prague was the gateway to a European sensibility that bypassed the English language. Even after his ‘homecoming’ in the 1970s and growing interest in Indian identity, European culture and literature remained central to Verma’s work.

by Vineet Gill

Meet the revolutionary women strumming their way into the world of Flamenco Guitar

by Lavinia Spalding

My personal tribute to Marta Roblas and Alonso Pilar

What is it like to feel love and share physical intimacy, yet feel no sexual attraction to the person you are with?

by Natasha McKeever

The making of a millennial woman by Rebecca Liu.
First publication on Another Gaze: A Feminist Film Journal

the first image:
“Millennial women”

the second image:
“Millennial woman par excellence is a deeply disempowered human being.”

the third image:
“Looking in the mirror”

Fortune cookies: IF IT AIN’T BROKE, DON’T FIX IT.

by B. Alexandra Szerlip

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on her most cherished childhood memories.

Two images for Patricio Pron Christmas tale.

A fake of art.

by Noah Charney

My fashion nationalism.

by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie