The morning after

we emerge scorched earth chap-lipped rye ringing in our ears a four year dissonance we do not      understand our brows     furrowed in disappointment we gather share   parka share      hijab against cold new wind pass the conch our mouths agape a joint or three between fingers raised in mock peace we yell a chasm in unison […]

Politics & Poetry

We’re starting something new here at HOOT, which is getting the inside perspective from artists that we admire. This includes their artistic vision for one of their pieces, a critical response – or close read – of a work of art, and how different artists approach their medium. We’re starting with the brilliant Alex Simand, who you’ll hopefully […]