Poetry Prize | An interview with Rebecca Perry

Ahead of our Poetry Prize, which closes 30th June, we spoke to judge Rebecca Perry about prizes, publication and what she'll be looking for from...

Blessed Is the Road On Which You Are Travelling Today by...

You had never heard of the word until an hour ago, but already your designers are as familiar with the concept as they are...

Nolia’s Gallery

Upon kind invitation, Jessica Reid (Marketing Assistant) and Heather Wells (Production Manager) went along to a very welcoming gallery in Southwark, near Southbank, called...

Talking Dead by Neil Rollinson

There is a danger when a poet sets out to record the ‘numinous in the everyday’, as Neil Rollinson’s most recent collection Talking Dead...

Sonnet – A Dream by John Keats

From The London Magazine April 1821 As Hermes once took to his feathers light,     When lulled Argus, baffled, swoon’d and slept, So on a Delphic reed,...

The London Magazine's submissions inbox closing for entries

The London Magazine’s submissions inbox will close on Monday for a short time. Please send in your fiction, poetry and essays submissions this weekend to...

An Interview with Calisi Press

In recent months Ferrante Fever has been catching. If you haven’t already heard of the anonymous Italian female author who’s achieved international acclaim, the...

PAGES, by Heather Wells, Production Manager

… is a newly-launched online book retailer that encourages and inspires independent thought. They offer a very selective choice of books by independent and self-publishers,...

Falling Awake by Alice Oswald

'The whole challenge of poetry', Alice Oswald once wrote, 'is to keep language open, so that what we don't yet know can pass through...

The Kremlin's Tortured Relationship with the Truth by Roger Moorhouse

By Roger Moorhouse, author of The Wolf's Lair and The Devils' Alliance: Hitler's Pact with Stalin. Vladimir Putin's latest wheeze - the bizarre, half empty "humanitarian convoy" of...

‘He who folds the trouser’, TLM’s mention in the Londoner’s Diary

Presenting the London Magazine literary prize to Sophie Hampton at the House of Commons, former arts minister Lord Gowrie told of a woman in...

TLM contributors 2015 poetry book list

It's the time of year when book lists rounding up the best of the year's literary offerings abound. By now we're sure you've got...

Poetry Prize 2017

As of midnight tonight (30th June 2017) this competition will be closed.   The London Magazine has been home to some of the most prestigious poets in...

The Aug-Sept issue has arrived!

The Aug-Sept issue of The London Magazine is here, and it's the perfect way to see out your summer. As usual, we've assembled an eclectic...

Review | The Triumph of Cancer by Chris McCabe

The scientific language used by doctors to describe cancer—the uncontrollable growth of a single cell—is often mystifying and alienating. Can the experience of cancer...

The Cult of Isaac by M. G. Stephens

THE CULT OF ISAAC We all know about Abraham, the great religions emanating from his skull, but what about Isaac, where is his world taken into theological thought, mulled...

Art News | Zurab Tsereteli: Larger Than Life at the Saatchi...

This month sees the first major UK retrospective of Georgian-Russian artist Zurab Tsereteli’s work, whose work will be on display at the Saatchi Gallery. Born in...

Short Story Competition | Prize-Giving Ceremony

On Tuesday 28th March 2016 The London Magazine awarded the winners of the Short Story Competition 2016 during a drinks reception on the House of Commons Terrace. The prizes...

TLM Winter Party Photos at House of Commons

The latest photos from our event last night on the Terrace Pavillion at the House of Commons are now live on our website here...

Dublin's The Doorway Gallery Comes to London For 1 Week Only!

The Doorway Gallery will exhibit in a unique pop-up gallery at The Chart Gallery, 62 Old Church Street, London SW3 6DP,  for one week...

A literary celebration, Words in the Park festival

We are excited to announce the Words in the Park festival which we will be attending from the 18th-20th May in Holland Park. Some of...

The Sun Shines on Opera by Tom Sutcliffe

I will always remember my first visit to Glyndebourne. It was a Sunday and I was the countertenor in Westminster Cathedral choir, so I...

The London Magazine’s submissions inbox closing for entries

The London Magazine’s submissions inbox will close on Monday for a short time.   Please send in your fiction, poetry and essays submissions this weekend to...

New eBook collection: 'Making For The Exit' by Edward Lucie-Smith

The London Magazine is excited to announce the launch of Edward Lucie-Smith’s poetry eBook collection, 'Making for the Exit'. These new poems are summarised as a ‘eclectic...

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