Græs, which in Danish means "grass", is a new independent magazine conceived and directed by the young Jon Willis which would be an understatement to define travel. This magazine, in fact, through the images and words that fill the pages in thick opaque paper, does not limit itself to describing places, but tells them by looking at them through the lenses of culture and language. It is ideal for those who love traveling and for those who feel at home everywhere.
In each issue you will find photos, stories, essays and interviews that focus each time on a different theme.
ISSUE 2 - DIALECT
What separates a language from a dialect? Why do we tend to judge negatively those who do not conform to the standard variety of our languages? How closely are our identities and emotions connected to the dialect we speak? How were certain dialects born? These are just some of the questions that appear in the work of those who contributed to this issue of Graes. Within these pages you will find texts written in a multitude of languages and dialects, as if it were a small polyglot paradise.
Dimensions: 17x24 cm
Number of pages: 152
Language: English (plus other languages)