Where the Leaves Fall is an act of collaboration, between organisations, people, and with the natural world. The magazine is born out of and informed by a series of conversations held at and with OmVed Gardens, in London, UK. The printed page offers a space to explore ideas further, a respite away from the digital chaos that many of our lives have become.
We welcome thoughts, ideas, and actions. If you’d like to get involved as a writer, illustrator, photographer or in any other way then get in touch. Each issue of the magazine is subdivided into three themed sections, alongside a series of essays. The focus of the text and images is always on the interaction between humankind and nature, and that interaction can also be with ourselves. The scope of the magazine is global and we’re interested in stories and contributions from anywhere in the world. We also prefer to be as local to the story as possible – to have people write about and photograph the worlds and environments they inhabit.
Please don’t submit unsolicited articles or images, rather get in touch with us to discuss your ideas first.
With each magazine we aim to feature a balance of perspectives (personal stories and responses), features (more journalistic stories), photographic essays, and interviews. The essays that sit at the back of the magazine can be illustrative, practical, thoughtful, exploratory, or poetic – we’re open to anything and everything. With each magazine we’ll look to find a balance and flow of content.
We also welcome collaborations with organisations – please get in touch with any suggestions, ideas or questions: [email protected]