Anita Solak

Anita Solak is a poet, writer and editor navigating the silences of the migrant home, the struggles of language and the responsibilities inherent in love and loss. She is a poetry editor for Voiceworks. Her writing has been published in Australian Multilingual Writing Project, Cordite, Rabbit, Runway Journal and more. She writes to perform her confusion for the world.

this is just another receipt

& yes I’ll carry it like all the others waiting for the dan when I don’t wake up thinking about all the debts I owe to people in my life all the money I’m doing wrong in this sci-fi film …

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does this count as living (if it’s only četiri mjeseci)?

In the AM Mama skypes you and me (whispering) the digits to collect pare from Western Union. Transfer like we’re paying a fee for care, ljubav, being a family. As if it lessens what you carry for us, as if …

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