Don’t Do It is a quarterly magazine, based in London but with an international purview. Focused on heartfelt critical enquiry with a GSOH, Don’t Do It publishes fiction, poetry, critical writing, reviews and art from across the globe. Don’t Do It is committed to promoting new voices and prioritising coverage of the spaces where serious — but not humourless — art and writing manifest today.
It seeks to publish art and writing which is aesthetically challenging, investigative and radical (in any sense), in any medium, but particularly those which utilise or interrogate new technologies.
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