Distanced 3.0

Distanced 3.0 explores the far-reaching effects of Covid-19: from the hyper-personal to the sociopolitical, from current fears to future imaginations. We want work that showcases intersectional experiences and identities, especially writing and art that intersects with class, race, mental health, physical well-being, and the environment.

Here are 20 short fiction, non-fiction, poetry, visual art and hybrid pieces that showcase how Covid-19 has impacted our bodies and our lives.


People Who Hear I Love You Through Facemasks
Gerry Stewart

Poetry


The Inheritance of Love
Shlagha Borah

Visual Art


Speak to the Bars
Adekunle Ishaq

Visual Art


Disinfected
Lisa Lerma Weber

Fiction


You Do Not Approve Of My Out Of Office
Claire Sosienski Smith

Poetry


Venturing Out
Mickki Garrity

Fiction


I’ve been doing at-home photoshoots to cope with quarantine – and that’s OK
Aleenah Ansari

Nonfiction


The Year of the Rat
Maggs Vibo

Hybrid


NHS Nightingale Hospital
Ellen Dorrington

Nonfiction


Silence
Liz Chadwick Pywell

Poetry


High-five
Prachi Valechha

Visual Art


Spring to Fall 2020
Ann Marie Sekeres

Visual Art


when I say “okay” when someone asks me how it feels to be back
Rodlyn-mae Banting

Poetry


We Rise
Kat Terban

Poetry


the unbearable lightness of being yellow peril
Alison Zheng

Poetry


A Conjuring
Yue Chen

Poetry


After Anne Sexton’s ‘Yellow’
Akanksha Patra

Poetry


The Chaos Of Distance
Praise Osawaru

Poetry


quiet writes an ode to scream
Swethlana Saraswat

Poetry


Behind My Walls
Diana Raab

Poetry


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