What better way to start the autumn than with a new issue of The Reader to tuck in to as the nights draw in? So it’s a good job The Reader 35 has just arrived!
The Reader 35 ‘Starting the Reading Revolution’ contains a special editorial by Philip Davis, who writes ‘This is not simply a magazine any more, it is a campaign’.
Also in this issue:
- New poetry by Les Murray, Connie Bensley and Tom Paulin; and John Greening writes the latest in our ‘Poet on His Work’ series
- New fiction by Frank Cottrell Boyce and Richard Flanagan
- Essays by Catherine Pickstock on Tracey Emin, and Paul Kingsnorth of the Dark Mountain Project on the myths and stories that threaten our world
- The Reader Gets Angry a searing indictment of teacher-training in this country from Gabriella Gruder-Poni
- Interview with Liverpool composer Kenneth Hesketh
- Recommendations from Adam Phillips and Frank Cottrell Boyce