Soft Punk is a literary arts and culture quarterly, based between London and New York. SP's reporting is fair, their fiction vulnerable, and criticism unwavering. They curate emotive, insightful, and occasionally brazen visual features, with generous space reserved for poetry and art of all mediums.
In the midst of a global pandemic, a (long overdue) social uprising, and economic peril, Issue 2: 'Reasonable Doubt' feels apt for the moment. This 160 page edition is comfortably flush, including imagery from the Philadelphia protests by Nick Moncy, a profile of Howie Hawkins by Ryan Baesemann, and five paintings by Kristen Valentine amongst many more fascinating contributions.