By Tessa Flemming
Poem by Tessa Flemming, Right Now journal

the fracture undetected
the cranium fine;
this is a lie.

lobotomise time
jellyfish arms standby;
rewire revive.

the pulse is a reflex,
the shudder genetic;
darlin’ you’ll survive.

lost sleep symptomatic,
Valium cortex damage;
I am so tired.

forget and forgive
I have tried;
I have tried.

and still, the Hippocampus


Burkinabe Rising

Transitions Film Festival 2019: Right Now’s top picks

By Caitlin Cassidy, Dinesha Perera, Zhenya Bourova and Liam Fallon

The 8th annual Transitions Film Festival leads the way into a better future, showcasing documentaries surrounding technological innovation, revolutionary change makers and engaging, cutting-edge ideas. Below, Right Now writers cover four documentaries screening at Transitions 2019. The Ubuntu Project Directed by Anna Davies Review by Caitlin Cassidy “Ubuntu” is a South African philosophy which loosely […]