A bi-monthly review of literature and the arts first published in 1732, The London Magazine consistently features the best original poetry, short fiction, cultural reviews and literary essays from established and emerging writers.
Short stories by American writer Carol Bergman and Sophie Hampton – winner of The London Magazine Short Story Competition.
by Mimi Khalvati, Terry Jones, Michael O’Neill, David Cooke, Eoghan Walls, Peter Ainsworth, Shirin Razavian, Heather Wells and Michael Hulse.
Robert Hosmer Spark, A Landscape of Letters and Life Michael Binyon, The Last Organ Maker of Bethnal Green Alan Blackwood, Entente Cordiale Peter Abbs, Carl Jung: The Burden of the Prophet Tony Roberts, Loving Turgenev
Malise Ruthven, Ancient Flints or Tinned Food Geoffrey Heptonstall, Time of Useful Consciousness Marina Vaizey, Manet and Picasso Edward Lucie-Smith, A British Original Grey Gowrie, Gordon Baldwin Matthew Sperling, Gunslinger Redux