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  • 144 pages 
  • 23cm x 15 cm 
  • Published in London, 2020 

Soft Punk is a new platform for emerging writers and artists who make sense of the contemporary moment in their practices. Inflecting the traditional literary magazine with street and youth culture aesthetics, the project is defined by socially progressive values. The idea is to  eliminate the boundary between “high” and “low” culture.


In this issue:


  • Sam Broadway on Psychedelics
  • A review of IMMA’s Desire: A Revision from the 20th Century to the Digital Age by Fran O’Toole
  • An essay about middle-class millennials by Soren Steensig
  • An interview with Flaneur’s co-editor-in-chief Fabian Saul
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