Lie Fallow.

Word Count: 1,219

by Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon

An introduction to Fallow from Stillpoint Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief.

With WOUNDED
artwork by CORINNE SILVA

 

THE SCAR OF THE HUMAN SOUL

Word Count: 944

by Tahnahga Yako

Three poems on the embrace of death by Stillpoint Magazine’s Elder in Residence.

With EXIT & ANTI-RETRO
artworks by ANDREA CARLSON

Am I Becoming a Worse Therapist?

Word Count: 1,986

by Valery Hazanov

A therapist reflects on the apparent contradictions of developing as a therapist.

With VOGEL’S NET
an artwork by PAIGE SILVERMAN

SEEKING THE SELF: JACK

Word Count: 451

by Seeking The Self

For this issue of Seeking the Self, we hear from Jack, and his journey from addiction to the fallow land of recovery.

Duckbutt

Word Count: 4,145

by Jordan K. Thomas

An essay on the battle for self-love in a violent, white-dominated world.

With ASC BEACH, OSIRIAN PROCESSES & GOD BODY
artworks by CRICE

CAN IGNORING THE UNCONSCIOUS MAKE US FREE? SARTRE, EXISTENTIALISM, AND PSYCHOANALYSIS WITHOUT UNCONSCIOUS

Word Count: 2,145

by Mathilde Ramadier

What good is Existential Psychoanalysis today?

With UNION (PART II: AFFECTIVE LABOUR)
an artwork by HANCOCK & KELLY

Unravelling

Word Count: 300

by Bianca Saunders

Avant Garde Menswear from UK-based designer Bianca Saunders.

THE SPACEMAN DISSOLVES

Word Count: 6,968

by Trevor Shikaze

In this short story, a damaged planet earth sends a spaceman to find a new home for humanity… with gruesome results.

With PREMIUM CONNECT
a video by TABITA REZAIRE

A review of Quentin Dupieux’s ‘Le Daim’

Word Count: 1,445

by Caspar Salmon

This year’s film Le Daim twists the peace-in-nature trope into a hilarious, and horrific, new form.

AN OPEN LETTER ON THE UNTHOUGHT CONTRADICTIONS OF DOING CLIMATE ACTIVISM

Word Count: 4,875

by Mihir Sharma

On the links between climate change, racism, and capitalism.

With OF THE EARTH
a video by OLIVIA JONES

Unsettling the Roots of the Climate Crisis in the Middle East

Word Count: 2,779

by Dr Edna Bonhomme

A journey through the tangled roots of Islamophobia, climate change, colonialism, and disease.

With SCI-COPIA
an artwork by SADIE WEIS

NOTHING FOR NOBODY

Word Count: 4,365

by Maggie Ryan Sandford

Science isn’t funny, but it should be.

With AMATEUR BOTANIST
a video by KOTRYNA ULA KILIULYTE