We are all aware that our apps know too much about us. We even allow ourselves to be rated on apps (hello, Uber!) But what if the government had access to this personal data? This may be the reality when China introduces its Social Credit System, as discussed by Caitlin Cassidy.Read More
In this excerpt from the soon-to-be-released 2019 edition of Antithesis Journal, Sam describes having an Experience, a moment of ‘immense, overwhelming joy’ that made him question his path to faith.
The 2019 Antithesis Journal is themed ‘Devotion’ and will feature original works from emerging writers, academics and artists. It will be published later this year.Read More
In this excerpt from the soon-to-be-released 2019 edition of Antithesis Journal, G.A. recounts her first experiences of professional editorial work, and the wage theft that came with the job. This is a pertinent topic not only for the book world but for the many other industries that have been discussed in recent news commentary regarding wage theft and job insecurity.
You can find the full article in our 2019 Antithesis Journal, which will be published later this year. Our 2019 edition is themed ‘Devotion’ and will feature original works from emerging writers, academics and artists.
“I wanted nothing more than to ignore my body …” Isabel Armiento explores body image through the lens of hyperaesthesia.
Content warning: please note that this post discusses eating disorders.
“Then we’d plummet into the water: a deep green amniotic fluid. Reaching for each other as we surfaced gasping for air, and then clawing our way back up the cliff face. Warm bones and cold skin and jagged rocks.”Read More