The London Magazine Short Story Competition

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The London Magazine Short Story Competition is now closed. We are thrilled at the response to our first competition and would like to thank all...

The London Magazine Short Story Competition

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The London Magazine Short Story Competition is now closed.   We are thrilled at the response to our first competition and would like to thank all...
A Poetry Garden Market

A Poetry Garden Market by Sophie Bradford, Assistant Editor

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On a sunny and bustling September Saturday on London’s South Bank, Inpress Books celebrated their tenth anniversary with a Poetry Garden Market. An online...

TLM Short Story Competition – Enter Today!

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The London Magazine is delighted to announce its short story competition.   With a prize fund of £1,000, the chance to be published in the magazine...

TLM Short Story Competition – Enter Today!

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The London Magazine is delighted to announce its short story competition. With a prize fund of £1,000, the chance to be published in the magazine...

TLM Short Story Competition featured in the New Statesman, Sept 2012

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The London Magazine has announced a competition to find the best short stories in English from around the globe. The competition will be judged by a...

The Bland Canvas. By Minas Panayi

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The Arab Museum of Modern Art in Qatar is as revealing for what it fails to do as for what it attempts. Islam’s place in...

The London Magazine at Two Hundred and Eighty. By Steven O'Brien,...

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To read Steven O'Brien's latest article featured on Middle East Online, visit: http://www.middle-east-online.com/english/?id=53837

The London Magazine at Two Hundred and Eighty. By Steven O’Brien,...

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To read Steven O’Brien’s latest article featured on Middle East Online, visit: http://www.middle-east-online.com/english/?id=53837

The Sydenham Arts Festival. By Dunia El-Zobaidi

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Our intern, Dunia, has been investigating the local cultural scene in south-east London: The Sydenham Arts Festival was first held in July 2009, showcasing artists...

West Cork Literary Festival. By Eleanor Kilroy

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Fetched up in Bantry: notes from the 2012 West Cork Literary Festival Now a belayed, bloody prisoner they’ve put on the spotand again and again...

London Literature Festival 2012. By Eleanor Kilroy

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Nigeria Now, with Noo Saro-Wiwa and Chika Unigwe. Southbank Centre, London (Wednesday 4th July 2012). Ryszard Kapuscinski's most compelling work of travel writing is arguably Imperium, which begins with...

The London Magazine's Spring Party

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Photographs from our latest Spring Party are online now under our events section.

An Aesthetic of Awe by Matthew Scott: Review

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Dashi Namdakov: A Nomad’s Universe (16th May-7th July 2012) Halcyon Gallery, 144-146 New Bond Street “We were bound to fall in love,” a jaded Ulysses tells...

Words in the Park 2012

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Ways with Words’ first literary festival was a very clever idea. Already known as an opera venue, west London’s Holland Park played host to...

Gulls Eggs and Boston Brahmin at Whites

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I sat next to Matthew Scott at our May lunch last week. Matthew discussed Robert Lowell to Grey Gowrie as we sat down to...

The Sniff of the Real. By Peter Carpenter

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Sony World Photography Awards for 2012. The photography festival, World Photo, London, includes a stunning showcase of images from the Sony World Photography Awards for...

Traces, an exhibition curated by Julia Winckler. By Clare Best

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Austrian Cultural Forum London, 28 Rutland Gate, London SW7 1PQ 3 April – 8 June 2012 Opening times: Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm ‘Reality is not simply there, it does...

A literary celebration, Words in the Park festival

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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...

Doors open on Friday 27th April for the Sony World Photography...

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For more information on the FREE events, workshops and seminars as well as details about the exhibition, please go to: http://www.worldphoto.org/festivals-and-events/free-events-at-world-photo-london/

Not to be missed! The Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition

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We are excited to be attending the Sony World Photography Awards at Somerset House which opens the exhibition from the 27th April to the...

Our April/May ebook issue is now available!

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In just a couple of clicks you can download our latest issue for your Kindle or ipad. Simply go to: http://amzn.to/I9QYba This eBook edition also includes the...

This week’s memorable excerpt from our library

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Guinness Sports & Pastimes, Wherever you go you get Guinness. It's a wonderful country!

Telegraph review of Apr/May issue 'Cardus at his most lyrical'

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The new issue of the London Magazine (so much more fun than the dreary London Review of Books) has an essay by David Newbold...

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