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Sort Punk is a literary arts and culture magazine. Each issue seeks out 'emotive, insightful and occasionally brazen' art, photography, journalism, fiction and poetry.
Issue 4 examines relationships, both with the self and the other, familial, platonic, and romantic. Inside, Apoorva Tadepalli writes on listening to voices of the past, there's London street photographer, Alfie White, 'Cuba in Flux,' a photo story by Lisette Poole and an interview with Booker Prize long-lister, Gabriel Krauze, on growing up among the violence and criminality of the London 'drill' scene.