“‘Possibly the world’s first origami literature magazine… unfolds to a single piece of paper – glossy and printed in colour – but you try folding it back up again after a couple of drinks’” – – Nicholas Royle
Interrobang is a literary and arts magazine published seasonally by a small team from the heart of Yorkshire. You can access the website here. We specialise in our unique format, named by Nicolas Royle as ‘possibly the world’s first origami arts journal’. Via the origami hardcopy we publish poetry, photography and prose extracts, and all work can be found in full online at the Interrobang blog.
On release, copies are free of charge. In this way the publication is benevolent to the local community and invigorates the creative capabilities of artists. We don’t believe in the grim North, or rather we do, except we know it is beautiful.