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  • 168 pages 
  • 17cm x 24cm 
  • Published in Berlin, 2019 

Berlin Quarterly is a European review of long-form journalism, literature and the arts. It aims to bring insightful reportage and stories from around the globe, looking towards the rest of the world for inspiration beyond the German capital.


In this issue:


  • Allyn Gaestel traces the history of sex work in Kinshasa from colonial times to the present
  • Eloghosa Osunde’s encounter with ghouls
  • Renowned German poet Jan Wagner appears in both German and English
  • Jann Höfer’s photo portfolio explores the awkward rebrand of a German village in Chile, founded after WWII, as a tourist destination after the incarceration of its cult leader


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