GAIA's publication policies follow a creative theme, not dissimilar to its other departments.

We feel, at GAIA, that education can be creative to teach, creative to learn and be a process of learning for both parties in itself.

Our publications are dramatic and creative, but also, find a way through this to be educational and informative. Without being over-bearing and over-zealous.

We enjoy the process of working with all manner of writers, whether they be poets, scriptwriters, novelists, story-tellers or any other number of descriptions. We revel in the unorthodox partnerships of writers and illustrators and themes and styles. The development of a working relationship between ourselves and the writer/illustrator is as important as the final work.

When Seagulls follow the trawler, its because they think Sardines will be thrown into the sea.” Eric Cantona.