The Daly News is your source for in-depth fiction and nonfiction stories from our favorite muses and creators. In each issue, we connect with the people in our community who inspire us, asking them to contribute creatively around a central theme.
Interested in browsing the archives? Take a peek at our previous issues, below.
Issue One: Bloom
Bloom provides a respite of color, warmth, and hope, as six contributors write, paint, and photograph their interpretations of blossoming at a time of overall stagnation.
Issue Two: Trip
Our five contributors both honored and acknowledged the current world moment, while also encouraging readers to think beyond the confines of their pandemic-induced social isolation, to the traveling joys of the past and future.
Issue Five: Open — Part I
In this two-part issue, Iman Hariri-Kia grants us a voyeuristic glimpse into (what could be) the tipping point of a relationship unique to our time.
Issue Six: Harvest
In this issue, three contributors contemplate what the change in seasons means for their kitchen tables; their livelihoods; their personal growth.
Issue Seven: Break
Writer and strategist Lee Tilghman explores what “Break” means to her through the lens of social media.
Issue Eight: Manifest
Illustrator and mental health advocate Jordan Sondler illustrates what reality she would like to “Manifest” as the weather warms and vibrant colors spring up all around us.
Issue Nine: Revival
Bahamian poet and essayist Bernard Ferguson and Australian designer and photographer Hamish Smyth explore the theme Revival across two different mediums: poetry and photography. Together, the two formats present a multifaceted look at why a periodic deep reflection and reset is necessary for the world, and the self.
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Revival, is now live.
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In this issue, our two contributors—Bahamian poet and essayist Bernard Ferguson and Australian designer and photographer Hamish Smyth—explore this theme across two different mediums: poetry and photography. Together, the two formats present a multifaceted look at why a periodic deep reflection and reset is necessary for the world, and the self.