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.
Hugh Dunkerley, Postcolonialism for Beginners Conor Patrick, Goodbye, Crocodile
Suzi Feay, 'Bluebeard’s Wife Cathy Galvin, 'Black and Blue' Christopher Luck, 'The Insect Hunt' Geoffrey Movius, Poem Stephen Sandy, Poem James Simpson, Triptych Jon Stallworthy, 'Hedge Poem' (or Two Poems) William Wright, 'Mosquito'
Malcolm Forbes, 'Death in Venice' Jeffrey Meyers, 'Iris Murdoch’s Letters to Alex Colville' Terry Philpot, Thomas Hughes, Headline piece Martin Plaut, 'Thinking the Unthinkable: Life After Mandela' Marina Vaizey, 'Royal vs. Private Art Collectors' Diana Barsham, 'Something White and Womanish: Fresh perspectives on Jane Austen’s Seaside Romance'
Michael Binyon, 'Sherard Cowper Coles, Ever the Diplomat' Eamonn Gearon, 'Artemis Cooper on Patrick Leigh Fermor' Terry Kelly, 'Recent American Poetry collections' Erik Martiny, 'Combing the Waves: The Nabi Sculptor' Tom Sykes, 'Asia'
Letter to the Editor, William Pownall