For 280 years, The London Magazine has been an indispensable feature on the British cultural landscape. It has been responsible for publishing some of the most significant literature in British history from Wordsworth, Shelley, Keats to T. S. Eliot. Our most recent contributors include Edward Lucie-Smith, Grey Gowrie, Marina Vaizey as well as poetry from the Costa Prize Winner Christopher Reid and Orange Prize Winner, Helen Dunmore.
Now, The London Magazine is re-launched under the editorship of Steven O’Brien. Here is a magazine re-invigorated for the twenty-first-century, which – just like the city from which it takes its name – combines a rich history with a fiercely contemporary outlook, and which draws together ideas, and voices, from across the globe.
Eclectic in taste, promiscuously interested and unapologetically intelligent, The London Magazine continues to publish the best writing from London and the wider world.