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Terrain Publishing creates place-based digital and print media with a particular focus on environmental, social, and climate justice through literature, art, commentary, and design. Our primary activity and service is Terrain.org, an online, ad-free journal established in 1997 and first published in 1998. There is no cost to access Terrain.org, and all contributions are archived indefinitely. On occasion, 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.

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