From the 1700's to the present day, The London Magazine has played a vital role in the literary world. The London Magazine intends to maintain the quality of content in a cultural review renowned for publishing only the best of London's writers, artists and commentators.
Consistently on the pulse of what is happening on the literary scene, this long-standing publication is a meeting place of the day's greatest minds, building upon its historical reputation and connections, and continues to embody T.S. Elliot’s bold proclamation to ‘assume the existence of a public interested in serious literature’. The London Magazine’s near 300 year existence has proved this assertion existed then, exists now, and will continue into the future.
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In terms of its near 300 year publication history, The London Magazine is practically prehistoric in comparison to its modern contemporary’s rather shorter general lifespans. But age begets wisdom and The London Magazine is long-running but storied, enduring yet fresh.
Attracting the very best for its articles, this magazine covers literature and literature-inspired-art and maintains an extensive poetry section in a day where poetry has difficulty attracting the attention of publishers. For the curious, a couple of articles also cover miscellaneous interests, and of late has also given recognition to talented emerging writers as well as the established.