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Fields & Stations #6

170 x 240 mm, 92 pages
Lison, Portugal (started in London, UK)
Editor: Alex Robertson Textor
Art director/graphic designer: A. Marta Ferreira
Cover image: Jamie Lafferty

'Good writing for curious travellers'

With a desire to explore the world through smaller, everyday, culture-specific details ('a shop, a cocktail, a sandwich'), Fields & Stations offers a different point of view of the places we long to visit.

In light of the (still very recent) pandemic and ever-present climate crisis, this issue asks whether 'the pleasures, exchanges, and discoveries that constitute travel' can be recontextualised or reimagined. 

Inside this issue: Audrey Gillan on a Portuguese barrier island; Pam Mandel on a bridge closure near her West Seattle neighbourhood; Jorge Pedro Uribe Llamas on a mundane Mexican metro station; Sheila Ngoc Pham on the dynamism of southwestern Sydney, and Ruth Terry on an experiment in nanotourism.

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