Review | The Dante Project: Trailblazing a Path to Paradise

Trailblazing a Path to Paradise The Dante Project, The Royal Opera House, 14-30 October 2021 Wayne McGregor has never been shy in taking on literary greats....

Review | Dispatches from the Cathode Ray by William Brady

William BradyDispatches from the Cathode Ray The Disconnect, Roisin Kiberd, Serpent’s Tail, 2021, 283pp, £12.99 (paperback) The insidious workings of Big Tech have inspired a profusion...

Fiction | Jennifer by Luke Lewin Davies

Luke Lewin DaviesJennifer Jennifer watched the ending of the film, with the man we had been told to hate surprising everyone by saving the child....

Interview | ‘Letting Go of My Mother Tongue’: Vanessa Onwuemezi

Tom Conaghan'Let Go of Your Mother Tongue': An Interview with Vanessa Onwuemezi Is it possible to describe your creative process as you write such innovative...

Interview | Acoris Andipa on Banksy

Eric BlockAcoris Andipa on Banksy The Andipa family have been recognised in the art world since 1593 but their venerability does not necessarily mean their...

Interview | Jolyon Fenwick and Liza Campbell on ‘Life is Too...

Jolyon Fenwick and Liza Campbell on 'Life is Too Short to Live in Black and White' On the 25th of October, artist Jolyon Fenwick and...

Fiction | White Rabbits at Midnight by Mersiha Bruncevic

Mersiha BruncevicWhite Rabbits at Midnight Place des Victoires was deserted, all empty and quiet in the dry winter sun. I was not sure which way...

Poetry | The Proof by Rosamund Taylor

The following piece was published in our February/March 2021 issue of the magazine. Rosamund TaylorThe ProofTasting her still, I'd walk home in smog, frost, past burnt-out...

Interview | Marika Doux on ‘A Message of Consolation’ by Erik...

Erik MartinyMarika Doux on 'A Message of Consolation' A Message of Consolation, Marika Doux’s third novel is the latest instalment in an emerging series of...

Poetry | Girl, Hotel Mirror by Laurie Bolger

Laurie BolgerGirl, Hotel Mirror  In a hotel mirror, a woman is snogging her own face. News reporters gather, shout things like: what about other peoples faces? Without looking away she...

Fiction | Habitual Behaviour by Francesca Reece

The following is a published piece from our August/September 2o21 issue. Francesca ReeceHabitual Behaviour My friend Leo, who was, in a past life, a bicycle messenger,...

Interview | Anders Edström’s on Shiotani’

Eric BlockAnders Edström’s on 'Shiotani' Swedish Anders Edström’s latest project, Shiotani, was 23 years in the making. Running to over 700 pages, this photography book-cum-family...

Interview | Anton Smit on Sculptures by Eric Block

Eric BlockAnton Smit on Sculptures After a ten-year closure, Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens have finally reopened and, in addition to the beautifully restored Grade 1...

Interview | Madeleine Bunting on Ceremony of Innocence

The London MagazineMadeleine Bunting on Ceremony of InnocenceWhat was the inspiration for the novel? I studied the end of empire at Cambridge in 1985, in particular...

Interview | Robert Douglas-Fairhurst on The Turning Point: A Year That...

James RidingRobert Douglas-Fairhurst on The Turning Point: A Year That Changed Dickens and the World   Robert Douglas-Fairhurst is Professor of English Literature at the University...

Interview | Sarah Staton on ‘Alphonso’

Eric Block Sarah Staton on 'Alphonso' On the 18 September a striking new sculpture by artist Sarah Staton will be unveiled in Newton Leys. The most...

Interview | AnnaLeaClelia Tunesi on ‘Archaeology Goes Pop’

Eric Block AnnaLeaClelia Tunesi on 'Archaeology Goes Pop' In her latest exhibition ‘Archaeology Goes Pop’, Italian ceramicist AnnaLeaClelia Tunesi’s vivid pots stand out for the way...

Interview | Kwame Asafo-Adjei on Developing Movement

Lucy MorrisKwame Asafo-Adjei on Developing Movement Kwame Asafo-Adjei is a dancer and choreographer who fuses hip-hop with his personal experiences and background. Kwame is also...

Poetry | You are my Winter by Claire Wong

The following piece is published as part of our TLM Young Writers series, a dedicated section of The London Magazine's website which showcases the...

Fiction | Dreamtime by Venetia Welby [Extract]

The following extract is from Dreamtime by Venetia Welby. The world may be on a precipice but Sol, fresh from Tucson-desert rehab, finally has...

Essay | Autobiographies of Friends: A Unique Genre by Jeffrey Meyers

Jeffrey MeyersAutobiographies of Friends: A Unique Genre I’ve taken special delight in holding the copies given to me and reading the autobiographies of my two...

Essay | Tomorrow is Too Late by Nasratullah Elham [Extract]

The following extract is an essay from the collection Tomorrow is Too Late ed. by Grace Maddrell. Grace has collected testimonies of activism and hope...

Essay | Closing the Door to the Continent by Will Stone

Will StoneClosing the Door to the ContinentThere is more than ample evidence, both currently and historically, that there exists a strange and unexplained resistance...

Review | Andrew Gallix reviews A Lonely Man by Chris Power...

Andrew GallixA Lonely Man by Chris Power & Ghosted: A Love Story by Jenn Ashworth   A Lonely Man, Chris Power, Faber & Faber, 2021, 320pp, £14.99 (hardback) Ghosted:...

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