We were delighted to host a lunch on Monday 12th December in The D'Oyly Carte Room, welcoming Anthony Horowitz, Frieda Hughes, Damon Hill, Robert McCrum, Hugo Williams, Daisy Dunn. Thank you to everyone who attended and helped us round off a great year for The London Magazine.
On Tuesday 13th December, The London Magazine sponsored the reception of the 1922 Committee at the House of Commons terrace.
We were honoured to present the Prime Minister, Theresa May, with a copy of our latest issue.
On Thursday 25th August, The London Magazine awarded the winners of the Poetry Prize 2016 at an event held at the Collyer Bristow Gallery. The prizes were presented by poets Andrew McMillan and Rebecca Perry, who praised each poem individually and explained why they chose each as winners (these detailed explanations will be published in the October/November Issue of the magazine, along with the three prize-winning poems). The majority of the longlist, including all three winners, and many of The London Magazine's contributors were also in attendance.
We would like to thank all applicants to the Poetry Prize 2016. The quality of work we...
Thank you so much to everyone who helped us launch Fractals at Library last night. Particular thanks go to Elaine Feinstein and H. E. Mr. Navtej Sarna for speaking so wonderfully, and of course to Sudeep Sen for his atmospheric reading. If you would like to preorder a copy of Fractals please email email@example.com.
The London Magazine is pleased to invite you to the UK launch of Fractals, the new collection from Sudeep Sen, published by TLM Editions. This event will be held at Library, London WC2N 4BD at 7pm on Tuesday 7th June. This is a free event but please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend.
'In Fractals, Sudeep Sen has created an impressively unified account of his long-term engagement with poetry as fusion of both passion and precision. Sen’s international poetic reputation is founded on his distinct blend of personal, meditative lyricism with camera-sharp imagery and contemporary allusion. A vividly-focused, confident,...
On Monday 22nd February 2016 The London Magazine awarded the winners of it's 2016 Short Story Competition at an event held at the House of Commons. The prizes were presented by writer and publisher Alessandro Gallenzi. Alessandro praised the craft and originality of the stories and the winners were presented with prize cheques. Several writers who were highly commended by the judges were also in attendance.
We would like to thank all applicants to the 2015 Short Story Competition. The quality of work we received was remarkably high and entries were read with avidity and enjoyment by judges and London Magazine...
Carcanet and The London Magazine are pleased to invite you to the launch of It's About Time, the new collection from distinguished US poet Stanley Moss, at the LRB Bookshop on 23rd February. The evening will be introduced by Grey Gowrie who will also read some new poems.
Stanley Moss was born in New York City in 1925. He is the author of several collections of poetry, and is the editor and publisher of The Sheep Meadow Press, a non-profit press devoted to poetry. His recent books of poetry include God Breaketh Not All Men’s Hearts Alike and No Tear Is Commonplace. He makes his...
London Magazine publisher Dr. Burhan Al-Chalabi hosted the House of commons Reception for the 1922 Committee on the 16th December 2015, at which the Mayor of London Boris Johnson was presented with the most recent issue of the magazine.
The London Magazine Editions will be present at the Poetry Book Fair, held on the 26th September from 10am until 4.30pm at Conway Hall. Alongside a fantastically represented group of other poetry publishers, including Bloodaxe, Faber and the Forward Prizes, we will showcasing a selection of our beautiful magazines, along with our latest poetry edition, Degrees of Twilight by Maggie Butt. You'll also have a chance to get your hands on one of our beautiful limited edition Keats tote bags.
We hope to see you there!
We were delighted to host a lunch on Wednesday 19th August to welcome four new contributors to The London Magazine: Serena Gosden-Hood, Daisy Dunn, Rachel Hurd-Wood and Gabriella Windsor. Thank you to everyone who attended, and we are looking forward sharing our new authors' work in our forthcoming issues.
The London Magazine hosted its annual summer party at Collyer Bristow Gallery last week, and we would like to thank everyone who attended and helped make it an extremely special evening. The event was a chance to catch up with some old friends and make some new ones. It was a particular pleasure to launch TLM’s latest Edition, Maggie Butt’s Degrees of Twilight. Maggie read a number of poems from her new collection with great heart, conveying the unique blend of personality, sense of humour and insight that characterises her work.
Thank you to everyone who attended our annual reception at the House of Commons. It was made especially memorable by our guest speaker, Sir Barney White-Spunner, as well as the announcement of The London Magazines’s Short Story Competition 2014 winning finalists. Congratulations to Robert Hollingworth, Josie Ferrante and Alison Lock who were presented with their prize by Middle East Online’s Editor, Dr. Haitham El-Zobaidi, sponsor of our competition. And special thanks to our competition judges, Polly Samson and last years winner Harriet Kline.
Thank you to everyone who attended The London Magazine event at Omnibus in Clapham on Wednesday for the official launch of Edward Lucie-Smith's poetry eBook published by The London Magazine and available to buy on our website now:
Poetry readings on the night were given by Joe Machine, Grey Gowrie, Steven O'Brien and Edward Lucie-Smith from the latest collection.
You can now 'like' Joe Machine's Office Facebook page. If you want to see more of Joe's work, please visit his website: http://joe-machine.com
Artwork of the Alice in Wonderland series was by Joe Machine and dresses were designed by his partner, Charlotte Stokes, modelled...
On Thursday 22nd May, Lord and Lady Hameed hosted an evening reception at the House of Lords in the Attlee room for the private launch of Pakistani artists Jamil Naqsh and Najmi Sura: An Epic Romance Exhibition.
Guest speakers included Lady Hameed, Edward Lucie-Smith and Tony Pontone - Director of the Albemarle Gallery.
Jamil Naqsh and Najmi Sura: An Epic Romance runs from 5th June - 28th June at the Albemarle Gallery
Thank you to everyone who attended our annual Winter Party at the House of Commons. It was made especially memorable by our guest speaker, Julia Peyton-Jones, Director of the Serpentine Gallery, as well as the announcement of The London Magazines’s Short Story Competition 2013 winning finalists. Congratulations to Harriet Kline, Mark Godfrey and Frances Gapper who were presented with their prize by Middle East Online’s Editor, Dr Haitham El-Zobaidi, sponsor of our competition. And special thanks to our competition judges, Avril Joy and Stephen May.
Grey Gowrie – poet, businessman, politician and friend of the magazine invited The London Magazine team to his poetry launch at the Legatum Institute last night. On a biting cold November evening, the sight of a lit fireplace was especially welcoming as were the canapés gracing the tables. Some of Grey’s close family and friends were at the event including his wife Neiti, a cousin and his brother Malise Ruthven and his wife. Other guests included Sir John and Lady Weston, Stanley Johnson and The Editor of Standpoint magazine, Daniel Johnson.
The event was hosted by Hywel Williams, Senior Advisor...
Thank you to everyone who braved the cold last night to make it to our event at the Cock ‘n’Bull gallery located beneath Mark Hix’s Tramshed restaurant. Celebrating the launch of the 100 London Artists eBook, Volume 1 showcases the work of fifty young painters who have chosen to live and make their careers in London.