Berlin Quarterly is a European review of long form journalism, literature and the Arts. It's a new cultural journal with global perspective that combines in-depth reportage, literature and beautiful visual content.
In Berlin Quarterly’s signature long-form reportage, journalist Zuzanna Bukłaha delineates the current political and social fissures in her native Poland. Contextualising the recent abortion ban and homophobic legislation with Poland's political history, Bukłaha reports on the protests and art happening as a response to these new statutes. Find more on contemporary poets, Elliott Verdier’s photo portfolio which documents the cinematic landscapes of Kyrgyzstan, and Marek Bienczyk's study on transparency. Lots more in this print.