INQUE is a beautiful, large-format, annual literary magazine dedicated to extraordinary new writing. Documenting what will be a decade that will define an era, it contains no advertising, will not have a web version and will only publish 10 issues.
Inque is an idea of Dan Creowe, former editor of AnOther Magazin and founder of Port and Avaunt, while the artistic direction is entrusted to Matt Willey, one of the art directors of The New York Times Magazine.
Size: 24,5 x 34 cm
Number of pages: 232
Circulation: 6000 copies
The first issue is full of texts and photos which, including fictional stories, poems, narrative and photographic reportages and works of art, delve into the social issues that define our era, such as human rights or the climate crisis.
Among the contributors we find big names, such as Margaret Atwood interviewing (ideally) Orwell, Max Porter, Joyce Carol Oates, Ocean Vuong, Tom Waits, Ben Lerner, Alexander Chee, Kae Tempest and many more.