The London Magazine has migrated from its old digital home to this new, rather more suitable accommodation.
This website makes The London Magazine available to read online for the first time: subscribers can read the entire current issue, as well as past issues dating back to April-May 2010 (and we’ll be adding more).
If you’re already a subscriber to The London Magazine, we’ll be contacting you soon to provide you with login details, so you can start enjoying all that the website has to offer.
Not yet a subscriber? You’re missing out: subscribe today and take advantage of our special New Year offer: 25% off a year’s subscription. That means six issues of The London Magazine to your door – and now online – as well as access to special, subscriber-only website content and reduced rates on TLM events, all for just £24.75.
Have a look around, and you’ll find out what else is new. The London Magazine editorial team will be blogging about books, arts, culture and ideas from the Online Only section of the site: check back regularly to find out what is fascinating, and infuriating, us. We’ll also be posting exclusive interviews with TLM authors, and other articles intended to complement the Magazine itself.
Get full details of upcoming TLM events via our Events section.
And keep up-to-date withto the world of The London Magazine by signing up for our email newsletter, using the sidebar on the front page.
The launch of the new site marks the final stage in a re-launch of the Magazine, under new editor Steven O’Brien, and new publisher Dr Burhan al-Chalabi.
The team may have changed, but the aim of The London Magazine remains as it has been across almost three centuries: to be a home to the best writing.
In fact, T.S Eliot captured the spirit of the Magazine best when, in February 1954, he wrote a message to readers of Issue 1 Volume 1 of editor Alan Ross’s incarnation of The London Magazine.