Every month on DD we assemble a list of recommended reads, all relating to our monthly theme in one way or another. This month it’s GENERATION… Continue reading The DD Reading List: Generation
In Kate Holford’s creative non-fiction, two people in a bookshop talk books and cultural idols… Continue reading Our Fathers, Where Are They?
Through the magic portal of YouTube, Lucy Cuthew was recently able to rediscover her teenage love: Red Hot Chili Peppers. Now, in 2016, she realises her teen self was missing out.… Continue reading Red Hot Chili Panties
Linh Nguyen lyrically looks back at her childhood, “the age of poetry”.… Continue reading The Age of Poetry
As part of a generation that has grown up alongside the internet, Yen-Rong Wong is perfectly positioned to ask where is all this change leading? And what will the next generation make of it?… Continue reading Changing Childhoods
A poem by Bridie Wilkinson, for the friendships that shape and guide us through our growth … Continue reading Gals
Childhood friends, different paths and the opening of a time capsule in Angharad Sillitoe’s short story… Continue reading The Next Half Generation
Montie Hanna summons the interplay between youth and experience against the backdrop of a sticky sweet summer, in her poem based around a particular fruit. … Continue reading The Pineapple
Each of us grows up thinking that we are special and have great capability. But is that a generational vanity, or a responsibility? Melissa Mesku discusses… Continue reading The Fate of the Special Snowflake
Spice Girls. 90s pop. The show where they gunge people for fun. Culture shapes a generation – but should it separate and define it? Emma Jennings thinks not.… Continue reading Zig-a-zig-ahhh
Burgeoning temptation plays out in the landscape of a red-dirt Eden in Lauren Harwyn’s short story. … Continue reading Out of Eden
Our generation’s changing definitions, explored in Nicole Davis’s poignant poem… Continue reading How I Feel These Days
As a generation that has assiduously photographed every moment of our life, Molly Alessandra Cooper asks how our ability to reminisce and remember will be affected in years to come. … Continue reading The Way We’ll Remember
Emma Figg hilariously addresses our current generational plight, and what we can do to fight it.… Continue reading Inept Grownupditude
August’s theme is GENERATION. July was NERVE. See all our writers’ past work in our ARCHIVE.