Once in a while, a new publication comes around that makes you wish it had been around for years. Wherever magazine is one of those. Especially at a time when holding a magazine in your hand seems so rare, in favor of reading articles online, a travel book like Wherever is a much-needed getaway (it is fittingly called "an out of place journal").
Issue 0 shows the array of travel literature, culture, and politics that depicts transcience and mobility as art. It features a tongue-in-cheek piece about travel writing called "how to write about [wherever]" (the mag is all about the lowercase), in addition to pieces like Suchitra Vijayan's exploration on cartography and Victor Locuratolo's three architectural illustrations.
Learn more about and purchase the magazine on wherevermag.com and preview pages above.
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