In the latest issue of Where the Leaves Fall, contributors from across the globe explore the themes of rights, roots and rebirth through their words, art and photography.
🌿 Kevin Ochieng’s striking photography highlights life in Dandora, Nairobi
🌿 Eco-futurist Kalpana Arias’ interviews with Claire Ratinon, Isaias Hernandez, Sophie Strand and Farmer Rishi on how we might find radical kinship by rerooting and rewilding through myth-telling
🌿 A conversation with fermentation explorer Pao-Yu Liu on fermentation, culture and community
🌿 Artists Gregory and Koffman unpick human’s relationship with nature throughout history
🌿 Writer Tallulah Brennan interrogates how a shift in attitudes towards children and care can create a better future
🌿 Rohit Nandha uses design to make plant-based cooking exciting and accessible
🌿 The learnings of a collective reviving and protecting the sacred groves in Benin with the Gaia Foundation
…And so much more! Grab a copy and explore your connection with nature
Order from two very special cover editions. Available now online and in shops.