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Inque, Issue 1

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Ten issues only, with a limited print run: then it stops…

From Dan Crowe (award-winning publisher of Port magazine and a Granta book editor) and Matt Willey (Pentagram partner and award-winning former art director of The New York Times Magazine) comes a large-format, ad-free annual title dedicated to commissioning and publishing diverse global writing next to extraordinary art, design and photography, with an editorial remit to be creatively groundbreaking.

Crowe remarks: “It is a ten-year creative document, an ad-free hybrid magazine set to the rhythm of its time, showcasing new talent alongside living icons and commenting on what will be an extraordinary decade.”

The acclaimed American author Jonathan Lethem (The Fortress of Solitude; Motherless Brooklyn) will write a new novel over the course of the ten issues of Inque, one chapter per issue. This will be the first time a major writer has delivered a new work in this manner. In addition, there will be original (limited to 500) artworks by leading artists and photographers available in special issues, with photographers Jack Davison and   Christopher Anderson contributing to the launch.

Inque has also established a leading editorial board to advise on each issue, including Pulitzer-winning New York Times writer Wesley Morris; acclaimed author Hanif Kureishi; the award-winning publishing director of Hamish Hamilton and Penguin Books, Simon Prosser; and visionary publisher Sharmaine Lovegrove, head of Dialogue Books in the UK.


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