The Point publishes original articles, interviews, reviews, poems, fiction, photos and illustrations with a local SF Bay Area focus. Our current issue is here.
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Writing for The Point
The Point is a monthly newsletter that features personal stories of recovery, poems and artwork with a local San Francisco and Marin focus.
Thinking of writing for The Point? Share your experience, strength and hope on any topic related to your recovery. If you are looking for ideas, explore the topics listed in the calendar above.
Articles are usually 600 words (shorter for poems). The deadline is the 22nd of the month before the issue comes out on the first of each month.
The Point welcomes stories carrying the message of experience, strength and hope. We evaluate articles with our 12 Traditions in mind and edit for clarity. We encourage members to tell stories in their own way.
Send a Word document with a title and a byline (first name + last initial). Use single-spaced 12-point font. We may reprint material without requesting additional permissions. The Point does not pay for articles. If you have questions, email [email protected].
Meet the Committee
The Point committee meets @ 5:30 p.m. on the first Monday of the month via Zoom (email [email protected] for password).
Many thanks to Claire A, Bara B, John B, Kathleen C, Kurt C, Marcello C-B, Kiki D, Gilbert G, Judy G, Carla H, Peggy H, Teddy H, Bree L, Frank L, Guru P, Michael P, Karmann R, Stephen R, Taran R, Bernadette S, Julie S, Renee T, John W, Marcus W, Henry Y, Emily Z, Kristee O, Isae W and everyone who contributes their time and energy.
The Point is a monthly newsletter for San Francisco and Marin members to share their experience, strength and hope. We welcome personal stories of recovery, letters and art work to carry the message. The Point committee reviews content in observance of the 12 Traditions. Publication does not constitute endorsement by A.A., Intergroup, Central Office or the Point committee.
No one philosophy dominates The Point’s pages. We reflect the full diversity of experience and opinion found within our fellowship. We endorse Rule #62, promote unity and encourage all members to participate.
Email [email protected] for more information.