the fence is a quarterly print magazine based in Soho, but focused on life in UK and Ireland. We offer a mix of investigations, short stories and cultural essays, all thread with a humourous and playful touch.
‘the fence is the illegitimate offspring of Private Eye and Evelyn Waugh, with a bloodline that stretches back to Gillray and Rowlandson.’ – Graydon Carter.
‘the fence is witty, insightful, often bonkers and the most interesting publication to hit newsstands in aeons.’ – Marina O’Loughlin, restaurant critic.
‘The essential skewer for our inessential page’ – Ben Schott, author of Schott’s Almanac.
‘In our opinion, the fence is Britain’s fifth best magazine’ – the editorial board of Viz (‘Britain’s fourth best magazine’).
‘You should subscribe to the fence is funny, clever and rude.’ – Janine Gibson, editor of FT Weekend.
If you would like to write for us, please send a detailed pitch through to [email protected]
We accept pitches in all our sections except fiction. First-time writers are especially welcome. We do try to reply to all pitches, but owing to the volume of submissions we receive, it might take us some time.
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