Inkapture is an established literary e-magazine, providing a medium for international writers to communicate their art to others on the largest scale – through the web.

Inkapture is the creation of a collective of accomplished writers based in the historical cathedral city of Durham, in the North East of England. We are made up of current and former university students, as well as local residents, who were brought together through creative writing workshops run by local author Fadia Faqir at St Aidan’s College.

Published quarterly, in March, June, September and December, Inkapture aims to find creative writing of diversity and originality, to publish unique and quality work – from authors of poetry, fiction and other writing – which may have previously been overlooked. We intend to discover and explore the new voices emerging in literature today, and hope that the writing we showcase provides fresh and inspiring ways of seeing and capturing the world in literary form.

Submissions are open to all. We never judge writers, only work. We endeavour to give feedback to all submissions.


Inkapture was founded in early 2011 by Conner Brown, Su Fletcher, Jamal Kinsella, Hannah Shaddock and Agata Woźniak.