You know the ones. A couple of hours after work and a couple before home time and you can go to a gallery to get free booze under the pretence of being cultured.
I have to go to a lot of these for work. I can just about manage to keep professional around a free bar but I have deep problems surrounding the vol-au-vonts.
“How?” I hear you ask “They are so delicious!”
“Exactly” I say.
By Steph Powell
I went on an Internet date with a guy called D
I won’t tell you what his name is because he doesn’t know
I’m writing this.
Aysha Bryant, introduced by LMK Berry
We started KnockBack ‘zine in 2006 because we were awesome young women and felt under-represented and underwhelmed by the magazines they were making for us. We knew women were (mostly) interested in life beyond shoes.
By Chloe McLaren
2011: Thin, wispy and cold. Used by many, appreciated by none.
Melanie May has been a beloved part of the KnockBack family since the beginning. She’s like a rarely seen aunt from Canada, or the lady who works in the launderette.