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 Terrain Publishing creates digital and print media that focuses on place through literature, art, commentary, and designincluding Terrain.org, our award-winning online magazine established in 1997. Terrain Publishing also hosts and sponsors educational workshops and literary events in order to further the discourse, outreach, and promotion of place-based literature, art, and design for a more socially and environmentally just world.

Terrain.org is the world’s first online journal of place, publishing a rich mix of literature, artwork, case studies, and more since 1997.