Good writing for curious travellers
Fields & Stations is a magazine devoted to the magic of both the far-flung and the familiar, balancing the everyday and the remarkable. Fields & Stations focusses on little cultural objects (a shop; a cocktail; a sandwich) to tell big stories.
Fields & Stations | Issue 4
Our fourth issue is our most open-ended yet, with riffs on the Lonely Planet Guide to Experimental Travel, a package holiday feature by Hilary Bown, an essay by Rowena Mondiwa on travelling as a Third Culture Kid, and Zora O’Neill’s explorations of the northwestern Greek region of Zagori, our longest feature to date.