We are interested in good writing.
We are very interested in working-class writing and under-represented writers in all forms.
No Parties magazine aims to serve a community who are hungry for quality output.
For example, the reviewer. We want the type of reviewer who aims to be reviewed. The type of reviewer who writes meta-reviews. The type of reviewer who wants to review the unreviewable.
We want essays about white-collar robberies of the weakest of our multitiered societies. We want essays on gender identity and the identityless. Political reviews. Cultural pointings. Anything, as long as that’s your passion.
All backgrounds, neurodiversity, orientations, identities, and ethnicities are needed.
We are all walking directors, documenting the beat of our steps through social media, presenting a filtered image. This magazine will solve none of that but will try to celebrate everything that is challenging about our digital world, the old written word, and this overcrowded global microscope that jabs our eyes with pseudo-controversies and shadow politics.
The contemporary intellectual scene has become the equivalent of a petrol-station sandwich, drained of vivacity, unnourishing, simultaneously dry and concerningly moist. We watch on from the outside as the gerontocracy, elected by a zombie apocalypse of baby boomers and older
generations isolate us from and feast upon the innards of our futures.
We seek ground-breaking ideas
writing that can
the meaning of writing.
We want to
the new directions of
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