“We are attempting nothing less absurd, risky and audacious than to reinvent the magazine”
Inque is a wildly ambitious literary magazine. As Dan Crowe puts in in his editor’s letter: “We are attempting nothing less absurd, risky and audacious than to reinvent the magazine, to help carry this distinguished form into the future. The project will last 10 years, with plans to release just one issue per year. The star-spangled contributor list includes Margaret Atwood, Jonathan Lethem (who will be writing a novel in instalments, the last of which will be published a decade from now, in Inque’s final issue), and George Orwell — back from the dead. In our video review we dissect whether Inque lives up to the hype.