Saturday, April 12, 2014


Berlin Quarterly is a new magazine from Berlin that reminds us a bit of  Lapham's Quarterly, Boat, Apology and The White Review. The editors look at the world from the German capitol via essays, short stories, poetry, illustration and photography.

This first issue opens with an extended report on Belgrade after Milosevic. They dive into the city and it's changes since the 90's with beautiful pictures. 

After that an interview with Edwin Frank from the New York Review of Books Classics series, a short illustrated biography on biologist Ernst Haeckel, Chinese cities portrayed by photographer Sze Tsung Leong and poetry by Ujana Wolf in English translation.

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