‘…Like the albatross, we need a safe place we can be. But somewhere we’re together, my Mama and my me…’
High up in a Glasgow tower block, ten-year-old Star and her mother await the outcome of their claim for asylum.
As Mama’s mind fragments under the pressure of their unknown future, Star constructs a poetic and fantastical
world of her own. Some Other Mother is a story of loss and survival, which explores the traumatising impact of the
asylum system, regardless of the outcome.
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