Nina reflects on what she’s learned working full time on P01nt this month.
Boris is sad that his month of fulltime work for this magazine is ending.
Akinola Aloba laments the lives lost at the hands of the Fulani herdsmen.
Nina Klaff (London, U.K.) on the perils of dating as a woman with a sense of humour.
Tommy Sissons’ poetry is England in words.
Jack Klaff on what he remembers and doesn’t.
Ellen Ackroyd (Amsterdam) finds comfort in the language of the piano.
Boris Bischoff on the cost of perfectionism.
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.
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.
Couldn’t think of a good excerpt. Sorry
Can you feel at home, even when you’re not?
We had over fifty people tell us what they learned from their mothers.
The limitations of an outdated category.
First-hand insight into second-hand poetry.
An examination of the age-old ‘saint or sinner’ binary of femininity.