Soft Punk is a literary arts and culture quarterly, based between London and New York. We are intentionally agnostic of a “house style” and liberated from dogmatic conceptions of brow. Our reporting is fair, our fiction vulnerable, and our criticism unwavering. We curate emotive, insightful, and occasionally brazen visual features, with generous space reserved for poetry and art of all mediums.
In the vacuum left by an ever-shrinking landscape of culturally inquisitive outlets, we felt something needed to budge. So here we are pushing.
Soft Punk – Issue 04: The Black (and White) Album
Featuring work from Apoorva Tadepalli, K-Ming Chang, Frances Waite, Lisette Poole and more, this issue examines relationships, both with the self and other, familial, platonic and romantic.
We have continued to pursue the most engaging and explorative writing and art from around the world, and we believe this issue is a testament to that mission.
Covers by Corbin Shaw, shot by Ollo Weguelin