Bioglyh by artist Daro Montag - featured in Where the Leaves Fall Magazine


The magazine contains a series of themed features (exploring three themes per magazine) and a number of shorter dialogues (essays, thoughts, expressions, ideas). It’s important to remember that the overriding direction of the magazine is to explore humankind’s connection with nature – and the push pull relationship we have. We look for contemporary global stories to be told as locally as possible, and to be as inclusive as possible. It’s also important to remember that this magazine may be read anywhere in the world. We hope that every feature and dialogue will allow space for the reader to consider how the text might reflect on them and the way we live our lives – constructive, honest and accurate writing. Features are either written as perspective pieces in the first person, journalistic works in the third person, or Q&A style interviews. Dialogues are written as perspective pieces.

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. Please don’t send large files via email. If you do have images etc. you want us to view then please send a website or cloud link, or transfer the files via a suitable platform.

The themes we’ll be exploring over the next magazines are:


CRISIS / RESILIENCE / RECOVERY – mid-August deadline.

If you have a shorter essay idea that would work well for the dialogues section of the magazine this doesn’t have to be based on one of these themes but has to follow the magazine’s overriding theme of exploring humankind’s connection with nature.

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] 

Please note that we’re a small team and while we do our best, we can’t reply to every enquiry.