INQUE is a new literary magazine that aims to showcase 'extraordinary new writing'.
It's an annual release (theoretically, at least – the first two issue are more than 18 months apart) conceived as finite series of ten issues that will will document or capture what it perceives to be an era-defining decade to come. It is advertising free and does not offer a digital version. It's not cheap either (£55) but it is rather seductive when you get your hands on it.
Contributors to the first issue of INQUE include Stephen Fry, Nicholson Baker, Sheila Heti, John Edgar Wideman, Annie Ernaux, Will Self, Heidi Julavits, Natasha Brown and more.
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