Dorian Frd on his atmospheric photography from the Vercors Massif mountain range.
Nina reflects on what she’s learned working full time on P01nt this month.
Jude Kendall photographs her scene.
Akinola Aloba laments the lives lost at the hands of the Fulani herdsmen.
Julija Goyd’s photography captures light in water.
Nina Klaff (London, U.K.) on the perils of dating as a woman with a sense of humour.
Suleiman infuses Western entertainment with African folklore.
Tommy Sissons’ poetry is England in words.
Tammam Azzam on how science inspires his art.
Jack Klaff on what he remembers and doesn’t.
Ubiomo Chinedu Ogheneroh (Enugu) captures the beauty of African women in his digital art.
Ellen Ackroyd (Amsterdam) finds comfort in the language of the piano.
Tobias Mud’s poetry is inspired by the people who inspire him.
Mog Azavedo wrote us a short story inspired by Greek mythology
Paris Palmano fears for the future.
A photo series on a feeling.
Marin describes life on an island with only sixty inhabitants.
Andrew writes about his blooming enthusiasm for writing poetry.
Those who mind don’t matter. Those who matter don’t mind.
A photographic series on vulnerability and how it manifests itself.