The concept of law means something very different to all of us. For some, it represents injustice, the failure to act, even racism and oppression. Some might consider law to be a necessary part of life or a way to maintain order and keep society in check. Some see how the law fails to make things right. Others may take the law into their own hands.
Each work in this issue represents those different meanings – everything from the unjust situation of a homeless veteran in Dronsfield’s Cardboard Condo to a woman who seeks vengeance on her ex-husband in White’s Zero. It is in this issue that important topics are brought to light through each contributor’s experiences, thoughts, and ideas. All are valid and represent how we individually see and experience the world: sometimes optimistically, and sometimes not.
How do you see it?