Poetry Prize 2018

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The London Magazine has been home to some of the most prestigious poets in its long publishing history, from John Keats to Sylvia Plath. Our annual Poetry Prize seeks...

PAGES, by Heather Wells, Production Manager

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… 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,...

What Eliot Means to Me

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To mark the fiftieth anniversary of T. S. Eliot's death, the great and the good of the literary world have rolled out tributes, readings,...

Essay Competition 2018

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UPDATE: EXTENDED CLOSING DATE  The competition will now be open for entries until September the 7th at midnight. As the oldest literary and arts review in...

His Bottom Lip by Rachel Long

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Clitoral, like finding a small, hidden part of myself in someone else. Nerve-wet, fleshy - for a white guy, and stained between life-lines with red wine gone black. Only this...

Interview | Roubi L’Roubi | Saatchi Gallery | Forests and Spirits:...

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An interview with Roubi L’Roubi, co-curator of Forests and Spirits: Figurative art from the Khartoum School, a new exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery.

Review | Abuse II, The Uncanny by Alessio Bolzoni

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At first you see the bodies and ask yourself why – that is how the story begins, how the narrative unravels, how you are...

Human Acts by Han Kang

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Buried in the middle of Han Kang's Human Acts is a play that, like Kang's book, dramatises the democratic uprisings in Gwangju, South Korea,...

Exclusive Amazon Local Deal: Six Month Subscription to The London Magazine

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Exclusive to Amazon Local, The London Magazine is offering a six month subscription plus a bonus gift issue from the ‘noughties’, all for only...

What Follows by Theophilus Kwek

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What Follows Deer cull, Wytham 7th February 2015 A moment’s pause before a fist of swallows spooks the sky above the nearest trees. Something shakes the fence-bound rows, bursts through...

Khuda by Manash Bhattacharjee

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Many times I passed by your house On my way to see my grandmother I paused before the large iron gates Expecting to catch a glimpse of...

This Living and Immortal Thing by Austin Duffy

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The somewhat neo-Yeatsian, almost mawkish-sounding title chosen for Austin Duffy's first novel is deceptively triumphalist. While the novel toys with the idea of the soul’s...

Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition by Heather Wells

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The Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition is your chance to see some of the world’s best International and contemporary photography.   On from the 26 April...
Goodbye Crocodile’ by Conor Patrick is FREE

Free collection of short stories for Amazon Kindle!

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For 4 days only, the ebook ‘Goodbye Crocodile’ by Conor Patrick is FREE. http://amzn.to/17T9cZQ   Featuring an enthralling collection of 12 short stories, this book will...

The Rain Horse by Ted Hughes

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Ted Hughes The Rain Horse As the young man came over the hill the first thin blowing of rain met him. He turned his coat-collar up...

Spring offer | 20% off subscriptions

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Enter the code 'SPRING20' at the checkout to receive 20% off a 12 month subscription to The London Magazine. Click here to visit the...

Interview with Louise Brealey on ‘Constellations’

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Following its critically acclaimed run on Broadway, Nick Payne’s award-winning play Constellations is coming back to London. Directed by Michael Longhurst and starring Louise...

Review | Exposure by Olivia Sudjic

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Exposure, Olivia Sudjic, Pensinsula Press, 2018, pp. 127, £6 Exposure, the new book by Olivia Sudjic, elegantly dissects the multi-layered web of anxieties particular to...

The New World by Chris Adrian & Eli Horowitz

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The New World Chris Adrian & Eli Horowitz Granta, £12.99 (paperback) The New World opens grippingly by immersing the reader in the consciousness of Jane, a...

Spotlight II: Dostoyevsky Wannabe

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The London Magazine has long been a champion of emerging writers and independent publishers, stretching back to the 1950s and 60s, when young writers...

Smoothly from Harrow, but a Bit Late by Chris Moss

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Chris Moss traces the literary journey of the commuter and celebrates his arrival as a 21st century Everyman “Man is born free, and is everywhere...

Extract | Twenty Theatres to See Before you Die by Amber...

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Twenty Theatres to See Before You Die by Amber Massie-Blomfield is a love letter to Britain's theatres — a beautiful paean to the nation's...

Omnibus Clapham, 11th June 2014

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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...

TLM’s Short Story Competition 2014 Shortlist

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Thank you to everyone who entered The London Magazine’s 2014 Short Story Competition. The competition continues to grow and every year it is exciting to see...

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