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Introducing Contributor’s Picks! Recommendations for the very best in arts, culture and literature from the writers for The London Magazine June/July 2018 issue. Read their writing in our latest issue, available now.  Nicholas Summerfield (Essay: On the Road) Thinks - David...
  Even though Burgess was an ‘enormously prolific journalist’, he is dominantly known for his controversial, cult classic A Clockwork Orange (1962). But you will find no Nadsat here. This collection of journalism, edited by Will Carr, features some of...
Some suggest that science fiction is a woman’s genre. In its purest form, sci-fi reimagines the structures of society and, in the process, creates a topsy-turvy fairground mirror with devastating implications for the real world it reflects. From Suzanne...
I was reading Orhan Pamuk’s Snow in London recently, when a Scottish man stopped me to say how much he’d enjoyed it – ‘best book ever’, he said. No-one, Scottish or otherwise, had ever done that to me before. But...
It is not practiced perfection that hits the right note in Ian McEwan’s most recent novel but the gloriously amateur, both in the life of his protagonist and the flow of McEwan’s prose. The novel hinges on the way in...

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