Throughout the issue, readers are called to witness moments of crisis through a chorus of genres. In This Night Has a Long Way to Go, Vikram Kapur’s dispatch from a locked down Delhi, the writer transcribes the unfurling tragedy around him, and the mundanity of continuing to teach writing over Zoom amidst his fear and grief. In La Mata, poet Eliana Hernandez eulogises the 2000 El Salido massacre, personifying the physical Colombian landscape to help tell of the unspeakable violence. Poet Logan February takes on a more personal form, using themself as a prism to explore social issues, including police corruption and debt, through verse. Marco Sconocchia’s photo portfolio captures an unhoused community in Rome, while, more fantastically, Brenda Peynado’s fiction What We Lost takes the form of a testimony, narrating as local townspeople begin to lose body parts one at a time.