MEET THE TEAM

 

Editor-in-Chief

Eleanor is studying for a Masters in Creative Writing whilst writing a book about the year she lived in a bell tent. You’ll also find her writing for travel website This is Your Kingdom, and teaching at Chalk House.

Creative Director

Dan keeps busy in his day job as a firefighter, but moonlights as our creative director. He's in charge of video production and editing, plus behind-the-scenes design work. He's also Eleanor's husband!

Nature Editor

 

Sarah is an artist, printmaker and writer. She runs Frond & Feather, where her inspiration for design work comes from the natural world. Find her on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

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Stories Editor

Nicola is a physiotherapist, dog mum, writer and nature photographer.  She lives in a Purple House in Tasmania, Australia, blogging about a quiet life. Find her on Instagram. 

Adventure Editor

Chelsea turned her back on the city, opting for adventures in the Welsh countryside. She is also aiming to walk 1,000 miles in 2017. Find her on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Folklore Editor

Sarah is a writer and photographer who blogs and runs her own freelance photography business - Salty Sea PhotographyFind her on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

 
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WRITERs & Photographers

JOSIAH MORTIMER

JOSIAH MORTIMER

MUGDHA SAPTE www.kindredwild.co.uk
 
 

want to see your face on this page?
 

We're always looking for talented writers, illustrators, photographers and other creatives to get involved.
 

To become a contributor to the online journal, please send a brief overview of what you'd like to submit, and whether you'd like to submit regularly or sporadically. Articles are usually 300 - 1,000 words in length. Please note our key themes (Stories, Nature, Folklore, Adventure) when sending your ideas.

If you'd like to contribute to the magazine, we are currently accepting content for issue 2. Please pitch your ideas based around the theme wisdom and the season of winter. Non-fiction articles should be 800 - 2,000 words in length. Illustrations and photographs can be submitted separately from articles. We are also accepting seasonal poetry for this issue.

If you'd like your creative business to be featured in the online journal or magazine, please get in touch for more details.

 

Email contact@creativecountryside.com for all enquiries.

 
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