Readers of the London Review of Books are treated to poems and letters from readers. Readers of the magazine can submit their original work for publication, or respond to essays, reviews, and other reader-submitted writings in their letters, which are then published at the discretion of the magazines editors.
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Manufacturer: London Review of Books
The London Review of Books is a publication known mainly for publishing literary and intellectual essays in English. Included in the magazine are book reviews and essays on various intellectual and academic topics, shorter art and film reviews, and a section for poems and letters from readers.
An incomparably lively and thoughtful conversation about ideas, politics and culture has been taking place in the London Review of Books twice a month for 30 years.The London Review of Books has developed useful and concise categories that allow you to create a progressive filtered list of related articles. The starting points of subjects, places, periods, keywords, people, article types, contributors and reviewed authors showcase the depth and variety of this 30-year archive.