For those unacquainted with Verities, it is an independent biannual publication of thought, observation and reflection, giving equal focus to visual arts and literature.
In this issue, the subject of class, a subject known to all, has been scrutinized through the artworks, photography and essays featured. With intellectual content on imprisonment, pedigree, social settings and interviews with a teacher and Republican, Verities explores a deeper understanding of class in a way not traditionally seen on other publications.
What we like about this magazine? Simply because it goes skin deep. It touches you and leaves you in some sort of reverie. Humanity has its good and bad days. I choose to stand fort he good and embrace the better days.
As Owen Jones puts it,"we are all prisoners of our class but that does not mean we have to be prisoners of our class prejudice."