I tip my fedora to her and whisper, ‘Namaste’. A piece by Michelle Law.
I was born in a metropolis of nearly twenty million bodies, to a small family with medium pockets and very large hearts. A piece by Kamna Muddagouni.
music by friends and strangers that remind me of home and/or make me want to cry when it’s 2am and i’m awake reading interviews of beautiful people. A mix by Flower Boy 卓颖贤 for Liminal.
A photo series by Stephanie Yap and Matthew Vrettas of Ghost Wares.
The core of the vietnamese body is not the heart but the stomach. An excerpt from Thanh Hằng Phạm's minh zine vol. ii.
An excerpt from Anu Kumar's new series, Nagar.
An excerpt from an upcoming photographic series from Anne Moffat.
A poem by Adolfo Aranjuez
An excerpt from James Robinson's new photobook
An excerpt from Lee Lai's forthcoming book
For those feeling just as helpless as we are in the face of gross violations of human rights—we're compiled some resources.
'Our erasure is a violence we must refuse.' Liminal editor Leah McIntosh on what it means to be both.