The June-July issue of The London Magazine is published, and it’s packed with wonderful reading.
There are three poems from Orange-Prize-winning novelist and poet Helen Dunmore, who last year won the National Poetry Award for her poem ‘The Malarkey’.
New poetry, too, from Moniza Alvi, whose 2008 collection Europa was shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot Prize.
Jeffrey Meyers writes on Anne Frank, and our Assistant Editor Sophie Bradford profiles the influential art collector Wilfrid Evill.
Poet and critic James Aitchison explores the role of inspiration and trance states in the composition of poetry, and Will Stone writes on Van Gogh and his influence on German expressionism.
All that as well as four brilliant new short stories, and much more.
Get your copy early: buy the June-July issue now.