The second issue of literary arts and culture quarterly Soft Punk brings us up close and personal imagery from the BLM protests in Philadelphia, interviews the environmentalist and Green Party founder Howie Hawkins and draws lines between the Tiger King documentary and the American Dream. THis is just the tip of a very esoteric iceberg which takes in fiction pieces, poetry, essays and artworks covering all manner of fare. This is a very good thing.
Soft Punk is a literary arts and culture quarterly, based between London and New York. Its goal - to pry sense from our strange present.
It's always nice when you can't pigeon hole a new mag. Soft Punk stands on its own and is all the better for it.