localIt often feels like time is happening to us, a fickle and unforgiving force beyond our control. But there are other ways to experience it.
In this issue, BESIDE presents stories and essays about tuning into time’s astonishing plurality: seasons and harvests, rocks and trees, rituals and traditions. Time spent creating and connecting; time saved or gloriously wasted. Because changing the world might just begin with changing our relationship to time.
Gabrielle E. W. Carter
Dexter & Byron Peart
And many more . . .
Printed in Québec by l’Empreinte on Rolland Enviro Print, a 100% post-consumer paper
6.688 x 9.625 inches
Fonts used: Monotype, Letters from Sweden, Sharp Type
They publish stories from the heart, knowledge from the field, and ideas from the horizon of a brave new world.
Who they are: BESIDE is an independent magazine and media brand that aims to bridge the gap between humans and nature—with high-quality editorial content and immersive experiences.
What they do: They thrive in passing down stories, ideas, skills, and knowledge at the crossroads of nature. To do so, we publish a biannual print magazine in French and English, which is distributed around the world. They run a web platform for editorial features, exclusive video and audio content, and topical articles. They host events—ranging from workshops to talks and creative outdoor camps. And they nurture a diverse community of journalists, philosophers, artists, chefs, farmers, scientists, photographers and adventurers who can empower us to build a more meaningful life and build a more sustainable future.