The Suburban Review #31—SUBSCRIBE


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Under the unapologetic energy of Maddison Henriks’s cover, Niamh Schofield has a bold directive for facing life. Zowie Douglas-Kinghorn explores the ripples between inner and outer biologies and Esther Ottaway moves through the physical and linguistic layers of her own name. Saanjana Kapoor unpacks family memories like film, while Soph Fitzgerald allows them to grow like precious fruit. 

Victoria Manifold serves up FOMO and the cult of the workplace alongside Amelia Saward’s scrumptious art. Yazmin Bradley wrestles with self-promotion and Sagar Nair confronts frogs and toxic friendship. Vilde Espenes reveals the long lie of our daily stumble though technobabble, and Dan Hogan drops us into a headlong conclusion, diving through the tyranny and irony of the social media age. 

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