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Unearthing An Old Story Of Today’s Struggles

  Written by Nagwa Malik   “But she couldn’t stop. The smell of her burning house still filled her nostrils even as the chilly breeze swept by her enticingly. The screams that rang out were deafening; flames shot up everywhere. The screams were prolonged and were she, a little child…

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Nigerian Youth | The Struggle For Better Opportunities

  Written by Chukwu Christian Onyemaechi   NARRATIVES TO ILLEGAL MIGRATION AMONGST YOUNG PEOPLE IN NIGERIA In recent times, the number of people especially the youths who either by hook or by crook, try to cross over into America and Europe, has skyrocketed astronomically. Due to bad governance, autocracy, nepotism, ethnic…

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Prioritizing My Struggle

  I try not to remember The simple times Life ran smooth Today I struggle to hold it all together Money is important I Try not to become depressed or overwhelmed with anxiety Health at my age is also a big worry I hold tight onto my dear job I’m…

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New Struggles After Pandemic Dust Settles

  Poverty in America continues to increase rapidly.  The new workplace after the pandemic will only speed up the process. Artificial Intelligence and destruction of retail will also continue to cause job loss. By paying a minimum amount to each family the government could help solve this problem.   Copyright©…

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The Struggles In Communities Living With Crime & Violence | La Polvorilla & Pancho Villa

  Ethno-Photographer Héctor Adolfo Quintanar is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘El Barrio Bravo’.  To see Héctor’s body of work, click on any image.           Drug trafficking, armed robbery and kidnappings makes Iztapalapa one of the most violent…

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Homosexuality In India | History, Struggles & Celebrations

  Photographer Sourojeet Paul is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘FREEDOM OF LOVE’.  To see Sourojeet’s body of work, click on any image.     “It is my body and my wish… be gone demons.”     The individuals of LGBTQ community…

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Surveillance & Environment | Daily Struggles On Indigenous Land | Amazon, Brazil

  Reporter Photographer Leonardo Milano is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the ‘Maró Project: The Struggle for Survival in Indigenous Land’.  To see Leonardo’s body of work, click on any image.         In the Amazon, the Arapiuns and Borari peoples live…

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Youth Unemployment Struggle | Middle East & North Africa

Finding decent paying professional jobs and upward mobility is not very promising in the Middle East and North Africa. Yes, education is available, but once completing a university degree it is still difficult for a person to get on their feet. It is especially problematic for the young men trying…

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Away From Modernity In The Guatemalan Highlands | Mayan’s Struggles & Traditional Ways

  Photographer Cory Zimmerman is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Altos’.  To see Cory’s body of work, click on any image.           After working with the caravans of Central American migrants in Mexico, I felt the next logical step…

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Compassion & The Struggles of Today’s Life

  Nibbling On Asian History & Philosophy Series   Source: By: Pema Chodron From the book: When Things Fall Apart | Heart Advice for Difficult Times (page 37)   When the rivers and air are polluted, when families and nations are at war, when homeless wanderers fill the highways, these…

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With The Olive Harvest Season Over, West African Migrants Struggle To Survive In Sicily

  Documentary and Portrait Photographer Mariusz Smiejek is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Dream Slaves’.  To see Mariusz’s body of work, click on any image.             The olive season in Sicily ended in December, during the harvesting…

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The Family Struggles Behind My Charming   Childhood

  Photographer Thomas Duffield is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘The whole house is shaking’.  To see Thomas’ body of work, click on any photograph.           Our home was a static caravan that sat quietly in a field…

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The Struggles Of A Woman Re-entering Society After Decades Of Incarceration

  Public Defender and Photographer Sara Bennett is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  From the ‘Life after life in prison’ project.  To see Sara’s body of work, click on any image.    “I have to go to three state-mandated programs. I like my individual…

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The Struggles Of An Aging Population | Rural Latvia

  Social Documentary Photographer Gunta Podina is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of  this documentary photography.  From the ‘Rural Living Latvia’ project.  To see Gunta’s body of work click on any image.           Rural Latvia is undergoing demographic change. As young people leave the countryside…

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The Struggles To Treat Tuberculosis | Dhaka

  Documentary Photographer Mauro De Bettio is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  From his project Shadows  and Silhouettes .  To see Mauro’s body of work  click on any image.       Darkness, chipped walls, old rusty tools. The time, here, is marked only by the drops…

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“I don’t want to die.” | HIV Positive Youth | Social & Physical Struggles | Uganda

  Photojournalist Carol Allen-Storey is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From her project Teens and the Loneliness of AIDS.  To see Carol’s body of work click on any photograph.   AIDS continues to be a disease feared but not understood as education is sparse and the…

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Irish Travellers | Ireland Ethnic Group | Their Traditions & Struggles

  Humanitarian Photographer Michele Zousmer is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  From her project ‘The Other Side Of Ireland‘.  To see Michele’s galleries click on any image.           Much of my own personal work is based on individuals who are…

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The Many Facets Of Thai Boxing | Young Fighters’ Struggles & Hopes | Bangkok

  Documentary Photographer Richard Friend is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From his project ‘In the Ring‘ and ‘Catching Monkeys‘.  To see Richard’s body of  work click on any photograph.           Under an expressway flyover near one of the largest slum…

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A Blind Man’s Struggles & Accomplishments | Disability In Myanmar

  Documentary Photographer Sai Htin Linn Htet is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From his project ‘See the Future‘.  To see Sai Htin’s body of work click on any photograph.     The disabled in Myanmar are both physically and socially marginalized.  The majority of the people with visual…

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Refugees – Crossing Borders Towards A New Struggle

  Documentary Photographer and Photojournalist Cinzia D’Ambrosi is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  From her ongoing project ‘Hate Hurts‘ .   For more info on Hate Hurts click on any photograph.   Over the last two years, I have chronicled the personal costs of psychological and physical…

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The Transgender Struggle “I am neither female nor male, I am both, I am an evolved   being”

  Fine-Artist and Editorial Portrait Photographer Sarah Skinner @ Takako Photography is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this portrait photography.  These images are from her project ‘Drew’s Story‘.  To see Sarah’s body of work click on any image.   Written by Drew Faithful       Drew Faithful,…

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Struggles Of A Colombian Community To Survive Industrialization After Decades Of Conflicts

  Photojournalist and Documentary Photographer Carlos Bernate is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  From his project ‘Home Sweet Gold‘.  To see Carlos’ stories and portraits click on any image.         During the 80’s and 90’s, the guerillas conducted a raid on…

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The Struggles Of Burma’s Former Political Prisoners Rebuilding Their Lives As Illegal Refugees

  Documentary Photographer James MacKay is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  From his project ‘The Prison Without Bars’.  To see James’ body of work click on any image.       Burma’s non violent revolution has seen thousands detained for their political activities and beliefs.…

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The Social & Personal Struggles Of A Transgender   Woman

  Photographer Darija Jelincic is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  These images are from her project ‘Red Sonya‘.  To see Darija’s body of work click on any image.           Gender identity as essential human right is ignored in almost all countries in…

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Gorkha District’s Villagers & The Struggles Of Rebuilding After Nepal’s Earthquake

  Photographer Szymon Barylski is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary   photography.  From project ‘Stranded‘.  To see Szymon’s projects click on any image.                           See also: Iquitos – Belen By Szymon Barylski   Back…

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An Indiana Community’s Struggles After Lead   Contamination

  Documentary Photographer and Videographer Alyssa Schukar is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  From her project ‘Led In The Soul‘.  To see Alyssa’s body of work click on any image.   The West Calumet Housing Complex, which is currently home to about 1,200 people, is located…

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Daily Struggles Of A Disabled Woman In Hackney, London

  Visual Storyteller Gaia Calcagni Merlini is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From project ‘Anna‘.         Earlier this year, probably around February, a friend told me she was working as a carer for a lady met on the street. I was instantly interested in…

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Severe Disabilities & Family Struggles The Agent Orange Death Trail

  Commercial Photographer Youngho Kang is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  These images are from his project ‘Weapons That Kill The Future‘.  To see Youngho’s gallery of work click on any image.         The War, as we know it, has ended…

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Social Documentary Photography “Homosexuals In China” Their Social & Government Struggles

  Documentary Photographer Douglas Hook is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this social documentary photography.  These images are from his project “Forbidden Love“. To see Douglas’ projects click on any image.       Elephant in the Room! Mencius, an eminent Confucian philosopher, once said “There are three things that are…

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Social Documentary Photography – The Life & Struggles Of Egypt’s Bedouins

This social documentary photography was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by Documentary Photographer Walter Rothwell. Click on any image to see Walter’s portfolio of projects and photographs. From project “Pyramids Of Giza” by Walter Rothwell. As International Governments react to the recent events in Egypt with yet more travel…

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Social Documentary: Mexico Garbage Dump Workers-Their Community, Struggles & Poverty

This social documentary photography was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by Photographer David von Blohn.   From project “Linda Vista” by David von Blohn.   Click on any image to see other stories by David von Blohn.     In search of opportunities and escaping the economic crisis in their country,…

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Photo Documentary – Life Struggles & Dead Tourism In Kenya

This travel photography essay was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by photographer Christopher Haslett. Images and commentary from “The Road to Carthage” project by Christopher Haslett Why do they stay away? Some ask. Violence is everywhere. Take a walk in North London and you’ll see, warns a long-staying Brit.…

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Insensitivity

  Written by George Gad Economou   you’re not built for success, she said over a glass of warm white wine. that’s quite the insensitive thing to say, I rebuked after a shot of well tequila.   still more sensitive than almost everything you’re ever written. I write the truth,…

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And I Wander

  Photographer Wen Hang Lin is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the series ‘AND I WANDER’.  To see Wen’s body of work, click on any image.         “And I Wander” is an ongoing photographic series that acts as a visual metaphor…

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FREE eBook | Travels With The Hermit Poet | Stories Of Human Condition | Poetry & Photography

  FREE poetry/photo eBook via Amazon   Don’t miss this special offer Valid Until Saturday,  September 25th  Enjoy!   Edge of Humanity Magazine eBook Series PRESENTS Travels With The Hermit Poet | Stories Of Human Condition Poetry & Photography Confused by megacities chaos, that invites, whips and repels his senses.…

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The Constraints Of Poverty

  Photojournalist and Documentary Photographer Simon Móricz-Sabján is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘The Borsos Family’.  To see Simon’s body of work, click on any image.         The Borsos family of eight members lives in the village of Csanytelek,…

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Punishment & Education | Juvenile Detention Center | Aszód, Hungary

  Fashion, Commercial and Portrait Photographer Adam Urban is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘THE JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER ASZÓD’.  To see Adam’s body of work, click on any image.           The Juvenile Detention Center is a special place…

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Putting Food On America’s Tables | The Shift From “unskilled” To “ESSENTIAL” Workers

  Fine Art and Documentary Photographer Jacque Rupp is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘The Unseen’.  To see Jacque’s body of work, click on any image.         “The Unseen” explores the daily lives of farm workers in Central California,…

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25 Years After The Signing Of The Peace Accords | Guatemala Continues To Experience A Culture Of Impunity, Violence, Poverty and Exclusion

  Documentary Photographer and Human Rights Activist Jonathan Moller is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the book/project Our Culture is Our Resistance –  Repression, Refuge and Healing in Guatemala.  To see Jonathan’s body of work, click on any image.         Between…

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In The Mind Of An Artist

SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW OPEN! ‘In The Mind Of An Artist’ aims to uncover the artistic mind, the perspective of individuals living under the influence of art.   By and large we live collective lives, but artists see life a bit; well sometimes very different than others.  As some seem to…

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Curse Of The Black Gold | 50 Years Of Oil In The Niger Delta | Photographs By Ed Kashi | Edited By Michael Watts | Photography Book Recommendation By Edge of Humanity Magazine

    Written by Joelcy Kay Editor & Curator of Edge of Humanity Magazine Curator of NO MIDDLEMAN ART GALLERY   The Urhobo People baking tapioca using the heat generated by a gas flare (pp.20-23) starts off this massive depiction of daily life in the Niger Delta and the impact…

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Delhi’s Street Vendors

  Photographer Anjali Tiwari is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘They sell to Survive, Not to Save’. To see Anjali’s body of work, click on any image.         In India, due to poverty in rural areas and lack of employment…

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Rewind Series | Disability

  This series will focus on showcasing timeless photography that will tell human condition stories and provide enjoyment.  Selected from features published since the magazine’s birth in 2014, these hidden visuals will again come to life to touch your hearts. The rewind series will be presented in subjects.  To see…

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Nigambodh Ghat

  Photojournalist and Documentary Photographer Abhishek Singh is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project  ‘Ghat’.  To see ABHISHEK’s body of work, click on any image.   Every year, between the months of November and February, seagulls migrate from Russia to Delhi, seeking a tad warmer…

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Time Games

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   Like handcuffs, time restrains movement and limits our lives.  In vain, one struggles to organize it, relocate, and stretch time into a larger unit. But time is simply mathematics; we recycle 24 units/hours daily. Humans have a problem accepting that time…

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The Many Facets Of Freedom

  Written by Girlwithink   Freedom Freedom is not just the breaking of shackles Freedom is transcendental bliss The word Freedom has come to be associated with physical struggles and locked shackles. What the world forgets is that freedom has different meanings, different bodies and different virtues. Freedom signifies the beauty…

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FREE eBook | Travels With The Hermit Poet | Stories Of Human Condition | Poetry & Photography

  FREE poetry/photo eBook via Amazon   Don’t miss this special offer Valid Until July 5th  Enjoy!   Edge of Humanity Magazine eBook Series PRESENTS Travels With The Hermit Poet | Stories Of Human Condition Poetry & Photography Confused by megacities chaos, that invites, whips and repels his senses. The…

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Therapeutic Art Gallery Strolls

  Written by Deryn Vandertang   Five Things Art Taught Me About Problem Solving Have you ever experienced when something seemed to be going well and then suddenly out of the blue it all went pear-shaped? I am sure that this has happened to many of us at one time…

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Feminism & Fake Feminism

  Written by Girlwithink   In this dynamic world, revolutions are more common than evolutions. A major revolution was brought about by open minded women (and men), who were willing to sacrifice their reputation, blood, family and whatever else was needed, to change the way women were perceived. It took…

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IN THE MIND OF AN ARTIST
“…I think the role of the artist is to try and leverage whatever life throws at them.”

  IN THE MIND OF AN ARTIST The Interview Answered By Andrew Abballe @  A Life of Virtue      Describe the most joyful and/or the most painful artwork you ever created and why you qualified it as such? I write a lot of poetry about the beauty and solitude…

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In The Mind Of An Artist

SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW OPEN! ‘In The Mind Of An Artist’ aims to uncover the artistic mind, the perspective of individuals living under the influence of art.   By and large we live collective lives, but artists see life a bit; well sometimes very different than others.  As some seem to…

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In The Mind Of An Artist

SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW OPEN! ‘In The Mind Of An Artist’ aims to uncover the artistic mind, the perspective of individuals living under the influence of art.   By and large we live collective lives, but artists see life a bit; well sometimes very different than others.  As some seem to…

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Suburban White Male, Boxing & Identity

  Written by Tyler R. Martin   Combat: That Which Alleviates Difference   Do you know yourself as well as you can possibly know yourself? I ask. I’m sure we all ask ourselves this from time to time if we are to have even an ounce of self reflection. We…

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Rewind Series | Asia

  This series will focus on showcasing timeless photography that will tell human condition stories and provide enjoyment.  Selected from features published since the magazine’s birth in 2014, these hidden visuals will again come to life to touch your hearts. The rewind series will be presented in subjects.  To see…

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Rewind Series | War

  This series will focus on showcasing timeless photography that will tell human condition stories and provide enjoyment.  Selected from features published since the magazine’s birth in 2014, these hidden visuals will again come to life to touch your hearts. The rewind series will be presented in subjects.  To see…

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Rewind Series | LGBTIQ

  This series will focus on showcasing timeless photography that will tell human condition stories and provide enjoyment.  Selected from features published since the magazine’s birth in 2014, these hidden visuals will again come to life to touch your hearts. The rewind series will be presented in subjects.  To see…

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IN THE MIND OF AN ARTIST
“I tucked my preference deeply away, ignored all the one night stands I had with other women…”

IN THE MIND OF AN ARTIST The Interview – Part 4 Answered By Melissa LaFontaine   Where do you find more turbulence when looking at your belief system?  And how much influence, if any, has your art had in the way you navigate through these rough waters?    I was raised…

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IN THE MIND OF AN ARTIST
Value

IN THE MIND OF AN ARTIST The Interview – Part 3 Answered By Melissa LaFontaine   Which character flaw do you despise the most and how you deal with these individuals during an unavoidable encounter?    I don’t know if character flaw is the right word for it, but I do…

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IN THE MIND OF AN ARTIST
“…this planet is alive and communicates readily we just have to shut the fuck up and listen.”

IN THE MIND OF AN ARTIST The Interview – Part 2    I use metaphors like ‘ The Watchful Satan’ and  ‘ Scrolling Down Gods’ when expressing my views on artificial intelligence and social media.  Which metaphors would you use regarding the internet intrusion in human life? And what is…

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IN THE MIND OF AN ARTIST
“…I learned to go to the lonely places when I was young.”

Written By Kendra Hicks    Mine Muscle I create in a deep, deep mine. Terribly dark. Terribly lonely. My first couple of whacks ring through the halls and produce little, but when my pickax starts to fly, there is a steady stream of sparks that illuminate that dark place. Gems…

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IN THE MIND OF AN ARTIST
“…it hurt too much to finish.”

IN THE MIND OF AN ARTIST   The Interview – Part 1   Describe the most joyful and/or the most painful artwork you ever created and why you qualified it as such?     Answered By Melissa LaFontaine   The most painful piece of art I ever created was never…

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Concealed Stories

  Social Photographer Eduardo Lopez Moreno is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Concealment – Beyond Togetherness  ’.  To see Eduardo’s body of work, click on any image.         Introversion, reserve, shame or pride. Images of an inner world or…

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IN THE MIND OF AN ARTIST
“…a good artist, plays with the Universe on everyone else’s behalf.”

Written By Melissa LaFontaine   “Art is my cosmos” I make art to make the invisible, visible and to rebel against the status quo of the material realm, stagnant, decaying, almost inevitably predictable beast that it is. There has always been a deep well of loneliness in me. I have had…

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In The Mind Of An Artist

SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW OPEN! ‘In The Mind Of An Artist’ aims to uncover the artistic mind, the perspective of individuals living under the influence of art.   By and large we live collective lives, but artists see life a bit; well sometimes very different than others.  As some seem to…

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Woman, Mother & Daughter

  Fine Art Photographer Sara Silks is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the ongoing project ‘Studies of Women’.  To see Sara’s body of work, click on any image.           Momma died unexpectedly, and we had been distant. I found a…

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Rewind Series | Asia

  This series will focus on showcasing timeless photography that will tell human condition stories and provide enjoyment.  Selected from features published since the magazine’s birth in 2014, these hidden visuals will again come to life to touch your hearts. The rewind series will be presented in subjects.  To see…

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The Traditional Daily Lives Of The Women On Kihnu & Manija, Estonia

  Photographer Anne Helene Gjelstad is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the book/project ‘BIG HEART, STRONG HANDS’.  To see Anne Helene’s body of work, click on any image.           Big heart, strong hands is the story of the women on…

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Oyster Farmers | Working & Playing In Wellfleet

  Photographer Edward Boches is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘By The Tide’.  To see Edward’s body of work, click on any image.           It takes a certain kind of person to be an oyster farmer. You may…

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Whose Mistake & How Do We Fix it?

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   A wrong chain of actions will result in a mistake that the maker and sometimes others can see clearly.  At this point, most of the times more actions will be needed to ratify or accommodate. Men and women perceive these needed…

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Perceptions Of Our External World

  Artwork By Edgar Invoker   Edgar is an artist working at the intersection of abstraction and surrealism, which is true not only in relation to his style of painting, but also relates to the topic of his research. Being passionate about painting since early years he successfully graduated from…

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Rewind Series | America

  This series will focus on showcasing timeless photography that will tell human condition stories and provide enjoyment.  Selected from features published since the magazine’s birth in 2014, these hidden visuals will again come to life to touch your hearts. The rewind series will be presented in subjects.  To see…

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    Days are a struggle I like sleep Time to rest Downtime Again Wake up to the struggle   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2021   More On Peeling OFF Mental Illness HERE     Edge of Humanity Magazine is an independent nondiscriminatory platform that has no religious, political,…

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Uighurs | Who Cares In The Arab World?

  The Chinese are intent on putting the Uighurs away and throw out the keys.  They do not care about what the world thinks about human rights violations in regard to this Muslim ethnic minority group. Other Arab nations; especially the Gulf States, will keep their trap shut because business…

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Harmonious Emotions

  Artwork By Johanna Marie Schimming   “The rhythmic marks may seem to be a code or recall Braille script, and I like to imagine that you can have the feeling to touch my paintings with your eyes. For me painting involves the discovery of my own language as well…

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Edge of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2020

  The Components Of Beauty In Uganda’s Culture   Written by Andronicus Enoch Muwanguzi        “I want you to respect me as a person but please choke, slap, bite, spank, restrain and call me a dirty slut…”   Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues  …

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Handling Life’s Complications

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   The problems we have in life shape the person we became.  People with a small amount of issues tend to be easy going and happier as they never had to deal with adversity and hardship.  The folks that struggle frequently tend…

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Time Games

  The Life Coaching Series Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   Like handcuffs, time restrains movement and limits our lives.  In vain, one struggles to organize it, relocate, and stretch time into a larger unit. But time is simply mathematics; we recycle 24 units/hours daily. Humans have a…

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Karma & Positioning

  Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema   As we go through life collecting experiences that will build us as individuals are our good and bad actions creating our karma, or is our (good or bad)  karma outside of our reach? Do good is good for the soul; it…

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I’m In Love With You & You | Discover Polyamory

Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues   Polyamory: Discovering the Diversity of Love and Relationships in the 21st Century   Today, monogamous relationships remain within the mainstream culture in most parts of the world. I think that monogamous relationships have been enforced by society throughout history for…

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America 2021

  At least the first half of 2021 will be hard economically. Many families will struggle to pay bills and survive financially. In America, more than one stimulus check will be given out to the people during the year. The bankruptcy courts on the business and personal level will be…

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Rewind Series | Mexico

  This series will focus on showcasing timeless photography that will tell human condition stories and provide enjoyment.  Selected from features published since the magazine’s birth in 2014, these hidden visuals will again come to life to touch your hearts. The rewind series will be presented in subjects.  To see…

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Women’s Rights In Japan | From “People’s Rights Grandma” (1878) To “Gender Free” (1999)

  Written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues   Feminism and Politics in Japan: From Prewar to Present   The 1980s (pp. 2-3): In Japan, women voted for the first time in 1946. However, Japan’s first movement for civil rights began in the 1870s. One of the representatives…

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A Life With Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) | A Photographer’s Story Of Awareness

  Photojournalist Nelly Ating is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of  this documentary photography.  From the project ‘A Life With Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (Self Portrait)’.  To see Nelly’s body of work, click on any image.       A life with Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) chronicles a series of self-portraits…

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Juggling Thoughts

  Today I remember yesterday One after another Thoughts Pop up Unfortunately Today I also have the reality of the struggle Controlling my depression   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2021   More On Peeling OFF Mental Illness HERE     Edge of Humanity Magazine is an independent nondiscriminatory platform…

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Entertainers

  Everyday Husband and wife Street performers Put smiles on their faces Even though Behind the scenes They Struggle Living in poverty   Copyright© Edge of Humanity LLC 2020   If my poetry helped, entertained, or moved you, please consider a donation, so that Edge of Humanity Magazine can continue…

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Gender & Sexuality

  Just in case you missed; we added Gender & Sexuality to our main topics.     Browsing thru Gender & Sexuality archives you will find articles such as Husband In A Dress  and Feminism | Then & Now written by Lay Sion Ng @ Issues Under Tissues. In addition…

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Rewind Series | Middle East

This series will focus on showcasing timeless photography that will tell human condition stories and provide enjoyment.  Selected from features published since the magazine’s birth in 2014, these hidden visuals will again come to life to touch your hearts. The rewind series will be presented in subjects.  To see original…

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Drop The Titles, We Are All Americans

  The title of ‘white privileged’ will continue to be used to divide America. Many African Americans have positions of prestige and power; especially in local governments, police, hospitals/healthcare as well as universities and media. America is an equal opportunity country.  The core problem in the African American communities start…

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The Disappearing Hand Loom

  Photographer Mayur Ghurka is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Hand loom – On the verge of extinction’.  To see Mayur’s body of work, click on any image.         Hand loom dates from the Indus Valley Civilization.  Traditionally, the…

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Rewind Series | LGBTQ

This series will focus on showcasing timeless photography that will tell human condition stories and provide enjoyment.  Selected from features published since the magazine’s birth in 2014, these hidden visuals will again come to life to touch your hearts. The rewind series will be presented in subjects.  To see original…

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The Turmoil Within

    Most folks wake up peacefully She abruptly wakes up shaking and nauseated Sometimes dry heaving Reaching for that magical pill to calm everything down Will it work this morning? She sits up in her bed waiting for the nerves to settle down Careful not to fall back asleep…

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Pain | How Depictions Can Change Our Perception

  Photographer Quentin Caffier is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this  photo essay.  From the project ‘PHILOCTETE’.  To see Quentin’s body of work, click on any image.     In Greek mythology, Philoctetes is a companion of Ulysses. Wounded in combat, he lies agonizing for days, and as…

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