Founded in a dingy alleyway one apocalyptic autumn, Overground Underground is an art and literature magazine which exists to curate work you may not find in your average publication.
As well as publishing work from radical writers, photographers and artists, we solicit and commission work from communities who wouldn't usually find themselves associated with arty journals. For example, our first issue contains pieces from several very talented children, whose work appears alongside established writers and artists. We will aim to publish work from one such community of 'outsiders' in each issue.
We exist to connect the world of forward-thinking art to communities who might otherwise find themselves estranged from projects such as ours. We want to, in a sense, democratise the arts and literature magazine.