where·ev·er  [wher-ev-er] 

[wherever]: - adverb: 
because all the places become one
because traveling is not always for vacations 
because sometimes you love traveling but hate getting there 
because borders 
because the least exciting place can be a dream trip and the dream destination is a nightmare 
because we travel like other people but return to nowhere 
because home ceases to exist 
because you want to trap all your worldwide friends on an island and live happily ever after
because whatsapp groups
because city hopping is insta-great but sometimes a real life #fail
because damn that jetlyfe 
because reality 
because out of place
because [wherever]

[wherever] is a bi-annual print journal, a multi-platform media channel and the Out of Place society. travel is not a checkbox list. we travel the world and know that there are unique experiences everywhere.

we assemble writing and artwork that are germane to movement, connections, transitions, and the general transience of the people, places, and things of the world.

we bring global experience to the forefront through engaging stories and events that connect creative individuals so that they may revel, retreat and reflect. 

but that's not all! [wherever] magazine approaches the world with an expansive definition of the term travel. we are interested in pieces that originally demonstrate that if people read about one another’s experiences, they can transform the way they think about one another, other places, and their understanding of travel itself. this is achieved through long-form narratives, journalistic pieces, as well as short non-linear, reflective works. our approach is to set serious writing and playful work side by side, because that's life. 


 

rawan hadid || Founder

ruwayna ghanem || Creative Director

ona abelis || Web Editor 

delia flanny || Membership Manager

 

ASSOCIATE Editors

Anastasia Miari || Anna Weber  || Sabrina Toppa 

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