Inker magazine was founded by the novelist and journalist Henry Porter in the spring of 2016 with the help of Casey Larsen. Inker is independently owned and has no investors to answer to. We accept outside contributions and will begin to offer book serialisations in the first year’s operation. Journalistically, we will publish what we believe to be right and true. Inker has few fixed ideas about current affairs, other than believing in the probable wisdom of the UK remaining in the European Union. Our main object will be to report on and think about the present political turbulence in western societies, but we will carry much lighter material, too. To some extent, we will be finding our way, so contact us with your ideas and views. It will be good to hear from you. That’s it.