BERLIN QUARTERLY is a European review of long form journalism, literature and the Arts. It's a new cultural journal with global perspective. It combines in-depth reportage, literature and visual culture.
BERLIN QUARTERLY aims to bring you insightful and inquiring reportage and stories from around the globe. At their best, journalism, literature and the visual arts can be keys to mutual understanding, allowing us to interpret the past and to prepare ourselves for the challenges of the future. With a starting point of Berlin we look towards the rest of the world for inspiration beyond the German capital.
In Berlin Quarterly’s signature long-form reportage, Peter Frederick Matthews travels to the Prora, a colossal building complex on the island of Rügen, Germany to research the Nazi roots of the world’s largest holiday resort.
Through her memoir In The Dream House, Guggenheim-winning writer Carmen Maria Machado combats the silence around domestic violence in lesbian relationships.
An expansive dossier presents nine contemporary poets from Turkey.
The archive section boasts a series of colourful infographics about the advancement of African Americans, originally presented by WEB de Bois at the 1900 World’s Fair.