Masthead

PUBLISHER

Dr Burhan Al-Chalabi (FRSA)

EDITOR

Steven O’Brien | steven.obrien@thelondonmagazine.org

REVIEWS EDITOR

Matthew Scott | matthew.scott@thelondonmagazine.org

PRODUCTION MANAGER  

Lucy Binnersley | lucy.binnersley@thelondonmagazine.org

MARKETING AND RESEARCH EXECUTIVE 

Abi Lofthouse | abi.lofthouse@thelondonmagazine.org

SUBSCRIPTIONS EXECUTIVE

Katie Yeomans | katie.yeomans@thelondonmagazine.org

SPECIAL EDITORIAL ADVISOR

Lord Gowrie

LITERARY CONSULTANT

Derwent May

EDITORIAL ADVISOR

Holly Howitt-Dring

READERS

Theophilus Kwek, Victoria Lancaster


ASSOCIATE EDITORIAL BOARD

Christopher Reid, Helen Dunmore, Alison MacLeod, Suzi Feay

PATRONS

Oliver Hylton, Stanley Johnson, Lord Risby


PAST EDITORS

John Scott (1820–1821), John Taylor (1821–1829), William Ernest Henley (1877–1879), John Lehmann (1954–1961), Alan Ross (1961–2001), Sebastian Barker (2001–2008)


WORK EXPERIENCE 

The London Magazine periodically offers internships which provide the opportunity to assist in the running of a prestigious literary magazine. The candidate primarily works with the Marketing Assistant, but as we are a small company, the role is broad and may include archival research, publicity, website management, ad-hoc admin tasks and writing opportunities.

Applicants will preferably be graduates of an English Literature, Creative Writing or Journalism degree course, but we will consider all candidates who are passionate and knowledgeable about literature.

If you are interested in enquiring about a work experience placement with The London Magazine, please send a CV and cover letter to info@thelondonmagazine.org.


CURRENT VACANCIES

The London Magazine is seeking to appoint an articulate and enthusiastic person to take on the role of Marketing Assistant.

The successful candidate will have a passion for literature, together with an ambition to forge a career in the world of publishing. As part of a friendly and supportive team you will bring your enthusiasm to bear responsibilities that include:

Key Responsibilities

  • Managing social media platforms
  • Producing eBooks
  • Sending newsletters
  • Initiating and managing marketing campaigns
  • Designing and organising print and online advertising
  • Managing events
  • Website maintenance
  • Managing and coordinating the magazine’s Poetry Prize, Short Story Competition and the newly launched Essay Competition

Candidate

Educated to degree level, preferably in an English-based subject, you must have an excellent knowledge of both literary history and contemporary publishing. You will show an understanding of how to pitch engaging social media content and design creative advertising campaigns. You will possess a fine attention to detail, a diligent attitude and the ability to manage a balanced workload. You will ideally have experience in using Photoshop and WordPress or similar CMS platforms. You will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and will be able to work effectively both independently and as part of a team.

Please send a full CV and covering letter that outline your suitability for the post to email: info@thelondonmagazine.org