We Were the Many

Word Count: 438

by Linda Everett Bloom

Poetry that digs its hands into the earth of the past, from within the walls of the Minnesotan criminal justice system.

America’s Assad Avatar

Word Count: 424

by Jeffrey Young

Written with the knowledge incarceration brings, poetry as dissent, naming the mirroring of violence between Syria and the US.

”             ”

Word Count: 1,514

by Warren Bronson

A reflection on the bureaucratic opacity of the parole process in the US criminal justice system—as seen from within.

Behind the Scenes: A Study of Bare Hands

Word Count: 486

by Rashida Taylor

Stillpoint Magazine’s Fashion Editor Rashida Taylor takes us behind the images with documentation from Issue 009: TENDER’s photography shoot

Anthropocene Reversed Abecedarian: Spoken by the Author

Word Count: 328

by Su Hwang

Su reads her poem originally featured in Issue 006: SEIZE.

Who Cares What You Wear?

Word Count: 546

by Stillpoint Magazine

Video recording of Sequoia Barnes and Gaurav Monga in conversation over Zoom, January 2021.

Provocations #3: Imagining “The Otherwise”

Word Count: 1,280

by JC Holburn & Tabitha Nikolai

Stillpoint Magazine contributors respond to questions on the digital: With which, and whose, tools do we imagine?

The Mirrored Eye

Word Count: 850

by Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon

A reflection on the limitations of the digital, as experienced through and past the pandemic, from Stillpoint Magazine’s Editor in Chief, ending with a provocation for the future: With which, and whose, tools do we imagine?

Behind the Scenes: The Need to Know

Word Count: 358

by Stillpoint Magazine

Stillpoint Magazine’s Fashion Editor Rashida Taylor takes us behind the images with documentation from April’s photography shoot

Mother: Spoken by the Author

Word Count: 258

by Monica Sanborn

Monica reads her short fiction piece, originally featured in Issue 006: SEIZE.

Common Practices

Word Count: 410

by Stillpoint Magazine

A recording of Cannupa Hanska Luger and Carlos Padrón in conversation, online March 2021.

Dazed in 2020 Vertigo: Spoken by the author

Word Count: 299

by Terron Ferguson

Terron reads his poem which was originally featured in Issue 005: DAZE.

Whose Climate? Post-Apocalyptic Reflections on Climate Justice

Word Count: 290

by Mihir Sharma

Video recording of Mihir Sharma’s presentation at Stillpoint Magazine’s event “Racism and Ecology”, December 2019.

Unpacking Climate Change in the Middle East

Word Count: 331

by Dr Edna Bonhomme

Video recording of Dr. Edna Bonhomme’s presentation at Stillpoint Magazine’s event “Racism and Ecology”, December 2019.

BEHIND THE SCENES: DAY 77

Word Count: 291

by Stillpoint Magazine

Stillpoint Magazine’s Fashion Editor Rashida Taylor takes us behind the images with documentation from August’s photography shoot.