Issue 28 of The Reader magazine thumped onto the office doormat today (I’ll be fine, really) and we could not be happier with the new look of the magazine. The attractive new design, the appointment of our new editor, Philip Davis, our new website and this new blog, means that there have been many changes within The Reader Organisation lately. But the same passionate commitment to reading and to reaching serious readers everywhere remains at the heart of it all.
We aim to be THE literary magazine that no serious reader in the country should be without. You don’t want just poetry, you don’t want just short stories, you don’t want just essays and reviews, you don’t want just book recommendations. You want all these things and you want them with passion. That is The Reader for you, newly designed, ready to take off.
Philip Davis, Editor
Featured authors in Issue 28 are David Constantine, Josie Dixon, Patrick McGuinness, and Erica Wagner; new regular contributor Ian McMillan of The Verb, kicks off his first column with childhood reading memories: and there is an interview with actor and book collector Neil Pearson.
For highlights and contents of the magazine, click here.
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Posted by Jen Tomkins