The latest edition of The London Magazine features poetry from Roddy Lumsden, Mahmoud Darwish, Anthony Rowland and Clare Best. TLM also bring to their pages a new column, Poets on Politics and publishes Double Visions: Art and Poetry featuring George Szirtes, Sascha Akhtar, Robert Vas Dias, John Hartley Williams, Annie Freud, Maggie Butcher, Andrew Oldham, Todd Swift and Tim Cumming responding to Howard Hodgkin, Eileen Cooper, Victor Pasmore, Grayson Perry, Lucian Freud, Maggi Hambling, Tracey Emin, Roger Hilton and Sir Terry Frost.
This is a great edition and subscribing to the magazine supports not just another Literature magazine but a cornerstone of English Literature that has been with us for over three centuries.
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This is a great magazine, Andrew. I hope more people subscribe to it. It’s a lovely looking edition too and is a real testimont to the work that Sara-Mae Tucson has done there.
I’m off to buy it on the website now! Great cover art!
I’ve always been a fan of TLM, shame that it is going through hard times but good to see it on the rise again under new editorship.