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  • 182 pages 
  • Published in London 
  • 210mm x 146mm 

A literary magazine made from texts that haven’t found a home in other publications, Offal is a brilliantly dark and distinctive new title. Designers Richard Turley and Julia Schäfer used Microsoft Word to lay out the pages, “driven by a desire for limitations in an over-stimulated world”, and creating a fittingly stark and anarchic atmosphere for the magazine’s stories, poems, and literary experiments.

In this issue:


  • Homelessness and the collapse of British towns and cities
  • Flat-pack Britain is skewered in mock-epic poem An Alboniad
  • One man’s bitter, mescal-driven bid for revenge in Mexico
  • An opera by Darren Cunningham, aka Actress
  • And a business proposal for Thom Yorke
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