INQUE is a beautiful annual literary magazine dedicated to exceptional new writing. It documents a decade that will usher in a new era. It will run no advertising, have no web version, and publish only ten issues. From Dan Crowe (publisher of Port magazine and Granta book editor) and Matt Willey (BAFTA-nominated creative behind the Killing Eve title sequence, partner at Pentagram design studio, and former art director of The New York Times Magazine) comes an ad-free title dedicated to publishing diverse global writing alongside extraordinary art, design, and photography, with an editorial remit to be creatively groundbreaking. For ten years only, INQUE will be released as a large-format portfolio of newly commissioned works by international writers and artists. INQUE will chronicle a pivotal upcoming decade as a limited-edition collector’s item to be kept and cherished, in defiance of throw-away culture and mass market media consumption. Contributors are carefully selected by INQUE’s prestigious editorial board, which includes acclaimed authors Hanif Kureishi and Niven Govinden, Pulitzer-winning New York Times writer Wesley Morris, and leading publishers Simon Prosser and Sharmaine Lovegrove.