GRÆS Magazine Issue 2 (the Dialect Issue) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. Issue two is a 156-page publication featuring 12 contributions from international authors and artists as well as 3 interviews all focusing on Dialect. What separates a language from a dialect? Why do we tend to negatively judge those who don‘t conform to the standard variety of our languages? How tightly are our identities and emotions tied to the dialect(s) we speak? How did certain dialects even come into being? These are just a few of the questions that appear in the work of those who contributed to this issue. Within these pages, you’ll find texts written in a multitude of languages and dialects. It’s a little polyglot heaven.
GRÆS Magazine is an independent publication that promotes a multilingual, international lifestyle by exploring one theme every issue through the lens of language, travel and culture. For those of you who do not know yet, Græs is the danish word for grass. GRÆS is a magazine in which you will find articles, stories, interviews, photo essays, etc. on a specific theme per issue. In this first issue, we explore the many meanings of the word ‘home’. The content has been created by a group of people who lead the lifestyle that this magazine promotes. Several have created their homes, both mentally and physically, away from their place of birth. Others have embraced their original homes and are very happy to stay there, even after having explored a bit of the world. Nevertheless, they are people who like to jump around from one piece of land to the next, experiencing, learning and communicating. One could even say that they are kind of like (grass)hoppers.
Details: GRÆS Magazine – Issue 2
156 pages, printed using high-quality offset printing