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1584561971

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English

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9781584561972

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Books on Collecting

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David Miller

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Books

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Book, Book, Other

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1st Edition

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2007

ISBN:

9781584561972

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British Poetry Magazines 1914-2000
compiled by David Miller and Richard Price
Hardcover, 7" x 10", 456 pages, new and in mint condition.
From the back cover:

Documenting thousands of British poetry magazines from the last century, British Poetry Magazines 1914-2000 records the remarkable world of the 'little magazine': a world where now famous authors are first found as unknowns. Many go on to use the little magazine as a testing ground for their writing for the rest of their lives. Here is the work of T.S. Eliot, Robert Graves, James Joyce, Laura Riding, Dylan Thomas, Samuel Beckett, Muriel Spark, Harold Pinter, Seamus Heaney, Ted Hughes, Angela Carter, Irvine Welsh and many others. Although these magazines played a key part in the lives of so many British authors, they often had small print-runs and short lives: many are now extremely rare. This book lists the holdings of key libraries where the magazines can still be found. Each entry gives the editors involved, the dates of publication, and other information (such as documented interviews with editors, and details of any published index). Thousands of descriptions outline the magazines while short essays discuss the literary trends of the day in the context of these important periodicals. A name index identifies well over 5,000 authors and artists involved in the little magazine scene; a geographical index allows readers to locate the birthplaces of magazines across the British Isles.

NAME INDEX

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A-1 Waste Paper Company • Remi Abbas • Michael Abbott • Peter Abelard • Lascelles Abercrombie • Aberdeen University • Dannie Abse • Susanna Abse • Academy of Poetry • L. Accola • Chinua Achebe • Kathy Acker • John Ackerman • Graham Ackroyd • Peter Ackroyd • Acumen [Press) • John Aczel • Gilbert Adair • Anna Adams • Derek Adams • John J. Adams • Richard Adams • Sam Adams • Donald Adamson • Peter Adamson • Fleur Adcock • Louis Adeane • Geoffrey Adkins • John Adlard • Jeremy Adler • "Adrian" • Advent Books • A.E. • Eileen Agar • John Agard • Agenda Editions • Aggie Weston's Editions • Christine Agius • Maureen Ahern • Tom Ahern • Conrad Aiken • Ben Ainley • Mavis Ainsworth • Eileen Aird • Jack Aistrop • James Aitchison • John Akeroyd • Anna Akmatova • Akros [Press] • Pierre Albert-Birot • Jo Alberti • Rafael Alberti • Peter Albery • Anne-Marie Albiach • John Alden • Richard Aldington • Brian Aldiss • Monica Aldous • David Aldridge • A. Alexander • John Alexander • Marc Alexander • Margaret Alexander • Michael Alexander • William Alexander • Buland al-Haidari • Max Alhau • Ahmed Ali • Jamal Ali • Edwin Allan • Alice Allen • M.G. Allen • Mabs Allen • Tim Allen • David Allenby • Alliance of Literary Societies • Clive Allison • Nancy Allison • Michael Almand • Gillian Allnutt • Kenneth Allott • Brian Alwood • Muhammad al-Maghut • Jocelyn Almond • Aloes Books • Smih al-Qasim • Abu al-Shamaqmaq • Robin Alston • Abdullah al-Udhari • A. Alvarez • Moniza Alvi • Urw Ibn al-Ward • Alba Ambert • American Country Club of France • Bernice Ames • Yehuda Amichai • Kingsley Amis • Martin Amis • A.R. Ammons • Ampersand Folk Club • Paul Amphlett • Mulk Raj Anand • "Ananda" • Alex Anderson • Andrew Anderson • Francis Anderson • Gwyneth Anderson • Kay Anderson • Linda Anderson • Margaret Anderson • Martin Anderson • Raymond Anderson • Bruce Andrews • Francis Andrews • Geoffrey Andrews • Jean Andrews • Lyman Andrews • Stan A. Andrews • Alisa Aneurin • Anglo-Egyptian Institution • Anglo-Norman Literary Circle • Anglo/Welsh Poetry Society • David Angus • Marion Angus • Ndubuisi Anike • Joan Anim-Addo • Ankle Press • "Ann" • J.K. Annand • David Annwn • Antiuniversity of London • Emil Antonucci • Ant's Forefoot [Press] • Anvil Press • Aneirin ap Gwynn • Jackie Apling • Guillaume Apollinaire • Apple & Snakes • Aquila [Press] • Aquila (Ireland)[Press] • Antonio Aragilo • Louis Aragon • Aramby Publishing • Jean Arasanyagan • Jan Arb • Arc Publications • Cary Archard • William Archer • Sue Arengo • Arthur Argo • Homero Aridjis • Arji • Emma-Jane Arkady • Arkwright (band) • Emile Armand • Rae Armantrout • Simon Armitage • K. Armstrong • Keith Armstrong • Neville Armstrong • Peter Armstrong • Roger Armstrong • T.I.F. Armstrong • Army Bomb Disposal Squad • Charles John Arnell • Agatha Arnold • Audrey M. Arnold • Bruce Arnold • John Arnold • Jon Arnold • Marian Arnold • Matthew Arnold • Hans Arp • Jerry Arron • Pat Arrowsmith • Tim Arrowsmith • Antonin Artaud • Arthur (King) • Helen Arthur • Cindy Artiste • The Arts Café • Arts Council of Great Britain • Arts Council of Wales • Arts Society, University College Galway • Honor Arundel • Arvon Foundation • Neil Ascherson • John Ash • John Ashbery • Peggy Ashcroft • Janet Ashley • Tristan Ashman • Keith Ashton • La Asociacion ex Alumnas del lnstituto Nacional del Profesorado en Lenguas Vivas "Juan R. Fernandez" • Bryan Aspden • Werner Aspenstrom • Association for Scottish Literary Studies • Association for the Teaching of Caribbean, African, Asian and Associated Literature • Association of Little Presses • Bill Astbury • Sharon Asrbury • Neil Astley • Alasdair Aston • Asylum Publications • Angela Atkin • Frederic A. Atkins • John Atkins • Ann Atkinson • Donald Atkinson • Paul Atkinson • Tiffany Atkinson • Atlantean Press • James Atlas • Atlas Press • Fred Attfield • Robert Atthil • Margaret Atwood • Gerry Audas • W.H. Auden • Jane Augustine • Luis Miguel Auilara • Paul Auster • Gray Austerberry • Annemarie Austin • Dave Austin • Josephine Austin • P. Britten Austin • Author's Guild • Avalon Editions • John Avery • Jean-Louis Avril • Axis Experimental Poetry Theatre • Gennady Aygi • Aylesford Review Poets • Emma Aylett • Michael Ayres • Michael Ayrton

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Katrina Bachinger • Ernest W. Bacon • George Bacovia • Bad Seed Press • Andrea Badenoch • May Badman • Henry Baerlein • Joan Baez • Anthony Bailey • Chris Bailey • Kevin Bailey • Penelope Bailey • Peter Bailey • Donald Bain • Beryl Bainbridge • Charles Bainbridge • Albert Baker • Denys Val Baker • Ian David Baker • Peter Baker • Rosemary Baker • Roger Baker • Tony Baker • Carole Baldock • Arthur Ball • David Ball • Hugo Ball • J.G. Ballard • Malcolm Ballin • Virginia Baltzell • Marzia Balzani • Jim Bamber • Kevin Bamford • Tom Bamford • Iain Bamforth • Anna Banana • Ian Bancroft • Sabita Banerji • Frank Bangay • Rodney Banister • Iain Banks • Robert Banks • Stephen Bann • Frank Bannon • John Banting • John Banville • Carol Barac • Michael Barad • Stanislaw Baranczak • Tootsie Barbault-Guera • Ros Barber • Stephen Barbel • Douglas Barbour • Josef Bard • Brigitte Bardot • Leland Bardwell • Anura Barea • George Barker • Jean Barker • Sebastian Barker • Shirley Barker • Adrian Barlow • Antoinette Pratt Barlow • John Barlow • Gwen Barnard • Simon Barnard • Julian Barnes • W.J. Barnes • Anthony Barnett • Ginny Barnfield • Peter Barnfield • John Barnie • Alan Barnsley • Barnsley Literary Society • Gene Baro • Andrew Barrack • Elizabeth Barrett • Keith Barrett • Richard Barrett • J.M. Barrie • Brendan Barrington • H.A. Barrington • Julian Barritt • Gillian Barron • Geoffrey Barrow • Alison Barry • Peter Barry • Ulrich Barth • Roland Barthes • Edna Bartholomew • Winston Bartholomew • Elizabeth Bartlett • A. Barton • David Barton • Joan Barton • Freda Bartram • P.B. Godfrey Bartram • Jacques Barzan • Marie Bashkirrseff • Basho • Shant Basmajian • Jay Basu • Georges Bataille • Pauline Batchelor • John Bate • Tracy Bateley • David Bateman • John Bateman • H.E. Bates • Suzanne Batty • Charles Baudelaire • Nicholas Baumfield • Clifford Bax • Martin Bax • David Baxter • Herbert Baxter • Tayner Baybars • Oliver Bayldon • R.O.M. Bayldon • John Bayley • Rosemarie Bayley • Jack Bayliss • John Bayliss • Ken Baynes • Joaquin Gomez Baz • BB Books • Fred Beake • William Bealby-Wright • Mary Beaman • Bill Beard • J.O. Beardsley • Paul Beasley • The Beau [Press] • Beau Geste Press • Kenneth Lawrence Beaudoin • Gabriel Beaumont • Beaumont College, Old Winsdor • Jean Beaupré • Julian Beck • Samuel Beckett • Bedales School • Jarraw Bede Gallery • Joe Bedeker • Jack Beeching • N.A. Beechman • Captain Beefheart • Patricia Beer • Max Beerbohm • Mark Beeson • Catherine Beeston • Jackie Beggs • Caroline Begley • Brendan Behan • Roj Behring • Belfast Writers' Club • Clive Bell • Colin Bell • H. Idris Bell • Idris Bell • Jeff Bell • Julia Bell • Julian Bell • Leslie Bell • Sam Hanna Bell • Sherley Bell • William Bell • Dawn Bellamy • Vivien M. Bellamy • Frances Bellerby • Saul Bellow • Gioconda Belli • Hilaire Belloc • Paula Bellot • O. Belton • Franco Beltrametti • Gillian Bence-Jones • Chris Bendon • David Benedictus • Michael Benenson • Philip Benetta • Susan Benetta • Caroline Benn • Tony Benn • Alan Bennett • Arnold Bennett • Bill Bennett • Denise Bennett • Heather Bennett • John Bennet • Pat Bennett • Penelope Anne Bennett • Peter Bennett • T. Alan Bennett • Albert Benson • Gerard Benson • Judi Benson • Steve Benson • Rachel Bentham • Eric Bentley • Jan Bentley • Olive Bentley • John Bently • Asa Benveniste • Beowulf • Betty Berenson • Anne Beresford • Carol Berge • Walter Berger • Bernard Bergonzi • Caroline Bergvall • Joseph Berke • Bermondsey Bookshop • J.O. Bernal • Richard Bernas • Sarah Bernhardt • Charles Bernstein • Elizabeth Berridge • Daniel Berrigan • Ted Berrigan • Felicity Berry • James Berry • Josephine Berry • Liz Berry • Mattin Berry • Matilda Berry • Tom Berry • John Berryman • Al Bert • Patrick Berthoud • Alan Bertolla • John Betjeman • J.O. Beugger • Joseph Beuys • Sue Beverley • John Bevis • Pauline G. Bewick • Thomas Bewick • K.S. Bhat • Sujata Bhatt • Ruggero Bianchi • Colin Bibby • Andrew Bick • Joe Bidder • Joseph Biddulph • Ruth Bidgood • David Bieda • Charles Biederman • Nicholas Bielby • Alison Bielski • Roger Billcliffe • Teresa Billington-Greig • C.P. Billot • Christine Billson • Norman Binding • Dave Bingham • John Bingham • Tom Bingham • Wilfred Binning • Laurence Binyon • Diane Biondo • Alex Birch • Guy Birchard • Geoff Bird • Nigel Bird • Birkbeck College • Birmingham Peace Centre • Birmingham Poetry Centre • Birmingham University • Birstall Writers • The Birthday Party • Steve Birtles • John Birtwhistle • Iris Birtwistle • Adrian Bishop • Elizabeth Bishop • John Peale Bishop • Morchard Bishop • Bill Bissett • O. Black • D.M. Black • David Black • David J. Black • James Black • Mark Black • Nigel Black • Robin Black • Ruth Black • The Black Writers Association • Michael Blackburn • Paul Blackburn • Sylvia Blackburn • T.E.F. Blackburn • Thomas Blackburn • Peter Blackman • Roy Blackman • Ruthi Blackmore • Blackmore Vale Writers • R.P. Blackmur • Blackstaff [Press] • Leonard Blackstone • John Blackwood • Alan Blaikley • John W. Blaine • Julien Blaine • Tony Blair • Georgina A. Blake • Karl Blake • William Blake • Oswell Blakeston • Pete Bland • Robin Blaser • Astra Blaug • Jeffrey S. Bleakley • Elisabeth Bletsoe • Carla Bley • Alexander Blok • Anthony Blond • Nathaniel Bloodwhisker • Charles Bloomfield • Blue Dog Publications • Blue Rose Book Press • Colin Blundell • E.C. Blunden • Edmund Blunden • Anthony Blunt • Marjorie Blunt • Rupert Blunt • Robert Bly • Roland Bligh • Martin Blyth • Steven Blyth • Enid Blyton • David Boadella • Lisa Boardman • Victor Bockris • Bockris-Wylie • Séan Body • Elleke Boehmer • Amy Boesky • Bogg Free-For-Postage Publications • Wilfried Bohler • Marc Bolan • Eavan Boland • Mike Boland • Alan Bold • Christine Bold • Dermot Bolger • David Boll • David Bomberg • Napoleon Bonaparte • Edward Bond • G.D. Bone • Helmut Bonheim • Yves Bonnefoy • Sean Bonney • I.K. Bonset • Susan Bonvin • W.H. Boore • Martin Booth • Ruth Booth • Pat Boran • Jorge Luis Borges • Andrzej Borkowski • Ann Born • Antony Borrow • John Bosley • Alain Bosquet • C.B. Bostock • Gary Boswell • Paul Botham • Andy Botterill • Dennis Botterill • Gordon Bottomley • Ronald Bottrall • X.M. Boulestin • Marjorie Boulton • Djamila Boupacha • Rachel Bourke • Kay Bourne • Penny Bovill • Robert Bowe • John Bowen • Euros Bowen • Roger Bowen • George Bowering • Fleur Bowers • Penelope Bowers • Barry Bowes • George Bowie • Bowland College, University of Lancaster • Christine Bowler • Catherine Bowles • Patrick Bowles • Anna Bowman • Mary Bowman • C.M. Bowra • Philip Boxall • Arthur Boyars • Terry Boyce • William Boyce • Elizabeth Boyd • John Boyd • Edward Boyd • John Boyd • David Boyle • Julie Boyle • Kay Boyle • Michael Boyle • Sebastian Boyle • Alison Brackenbury • Rosalind Brackenbury • Martin Bradbrooke • Malcolm Bradbury • Ray Bradbury • E.E. Bradford • Bradford Creative Writers Group • Bradford Writers' Circle • Bradgate Press • Tilla Brading • F.J. Bradley • Harold F. Bradley • Jerry Bradley • John R. Bradley • Andrea Brady • Edgard Braga • Melvyn Bragg • Edward Kamau Braithwaite • Roger Braithwaite • Hanne Bramness • H.R. Bramley • Dick Brandt • Frank Brangwyn • Patrick Brangwyn • Bran's Head Books • Braquemard • Brasenose College, Oxford • Edward Kamau Brathwaite • Richard Emil Braun • Sarah Braun • Volker Braun • Neville Braybrooke • Ian Breakwell • Fran Brearton • Bertolt Brecht • Jean 'Binta' Breeze • Arthur Brenton • Howard Brenton • André Breton • Gerry Brett • Sebastian Brett • Rosalind Brett-Jones • Simon Brewer • John Brewster • Otokar Briezina • Jennifer Brice • Kenneth Brice • Richard Briddon • Patrick Bridgwater • Bridgewest Publications • James Bridie • David Briers • Julian Bright • Gill Brightmore • Simon Brind • Bristol Poets' Fellowship • Bristol University • Bristol Writers Association • Joseph Bristow • British Amateur Press Assocation • British Association of Literary Amateurs • British Institute • British Poetry Association • British Science Fiction Poetry Association • Vera Brittain • Nick Britton • Simon Broadbent • Chris Broadribb • Edwin Brock • Ian Brocklebank • Martin Brocklebank • Frederick Brockway • James Brockway • Danny Broderick • Joseph Brodsky • R. Brody • Brandon Broil • Freda Bromhead • David Bromige • William Bronk • Jacob Bronowski • Emily Bronte • Peter Brook • B.J. Brooke • Jocelyn Brooke • Rupert Brooke • Jonathan Brookes • Rod Brookes • Brooklyn College of Technology, Birmingham • Alan Brooks • Cleanth Brooks • Jeremy Brooks • Leo Brooks • Robin Brooks • Nicole Brossard • Alastair Brotchie • Gordon Brotherston • Sir Edward Allen Brotherton • Alan Brown • Andrew Brown • Andy Brown • Antony Brown • Chris Brown • Donovan Brown • Elspeth Brown • F.J. Brown • George Mackay Brown • Graham C. Brown • John Brown • Keiron Brown • Kenneth Brown • Margaret Gillies Brown • Merle Brown • Pam Brown • Paul Brown • Pete Brown • Sam Brown • Stewart Brown • Stuart Brown • Tim Brown • W. Sorley Brown • Alan Brownjohn • Timothy Brownlow • Andy Bruce • George Bruce • Robert Bruce • Carol Bruggen • Brunel University • Jacques Brunius • Andrew Bruns • Pete Bryan • Tom Bryan • Colette Bryce • Bryher • John Buchan • Tom Buchan • Pavel Buchler • Georg Buchner • Fred Buck • Paul Buck • Peter Buckingham • Karen Buckland • Daphne Buckle • Steven Buckley • O.J. Buckman • Charles Buckmaster • Bill Buford • Charles Bukowski • A.J. Bull • Arthur Joseph Bull • Elaine Bull • George Bull • Keith Bullen • Norman Buller • Julia Bullock • Michael Bullock • Ruth Bulman • Basil Bunting • Luis Bunuel • Paul Bura • Roger Burford • Ted Burford • Anthony Burgess • Jessica A. Burgess • Steve Burgess • Cheryl Burke • Herbert Burke • Jim Burke • Mark Burke • Burning Deck [Press] • Alan Burns • Carol Burns • Elizabeth Burns • Jim Burns • Richard Burns • Stanley Burnshaw • John Burnside • Peter Burra • Tony Burrell • William Burroughs • A.W. Burrowes • Wilson Burrowes • David Burrows • Miles Burrows • Wayne Burrows • Sonia Rosa Burstein • Stephen Burt • Ronald Bury • Chris Busby • Alan Bush • Clive Bush • Duncan Bush • Robert Bush • Ruth Bush • Robin Buss • Montgomery Butchart • Peter Butcher • Peter R. Butcher • Otfried Buthe • Bill Butler • Hubert Butler • Larry Butler • Michael Butler • Honor Butlin • Ron Butlin • Michel Butor • Mary Butts • Raymond Buxton • Byam Shaw School of Art • Johnny Byrne • Bill Byrom • Catherine Byron • Lord Byron • John Byrum • Byways Press

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Francis Cabuche • Graziella Sara Cacace • Richard Caddel • Arthur Caddick • David Caddy • Monique Caddy • Alex Cadogan • Kevin Cadwallender • Adrian Caesar • Idris Caffrey • John Cage • Maoilios M. Caimbeul • George Cairncross • T.S. Cairncross • Caius College, Cambridge • Nicholas Calas • David Calcutt • Angus Calder • Dave Calder • J.M. Calder • Robert Calder • Calder Valley Poets' Society • Calderdale Adult Education Service • Tom Callaghan • Mark Callan • Philip Callow • John Calvert • Maoilios Cambeul • Gerry Cambridge • Cambridge Blue Room Poetry Workshop • Cambridge Conference on Contemporary Poetry • Cambridge Poetry Festival • Cambridge Poetry Society • Cambridge Undergraduate Council • Cambridge University • Alison Cameron • Clare Cameron • David Cameron • Norman Cameron • Shirley Cameron • Andrew Cameron-Mills • David Cammell • Allan Campbell • Andy Campbell • Donald Campbell • Frances Campbell • Isobel Montgomery Campbell • James Campbell • Joseph Campbell • Roderic Campbell • Rona Campbell • Roy Campbell • Seamus Campbell • John Campbell-Kease • Rebecca Camu • Albert Camus • Leslie Candappa • Elias Canetti • Skipwith Cannell • Cannock Chase Literary Society • Cannon Hill Writers' Group • Canterbury University • Karel Capek • Maurice Capitanchik • Caravel Press • Carcanet [Press] • Ernesto Cardenal • Cardiff University • Cardonald College, Glasgow • Rivers Carew • Peter Carey • Paul Carey-Kent • Caribou Press • Lynn Carlton • Wendy Carlton-Dewhirst • O.S. Carne-Ross • Jack Carney • Miriam Carney • Yvonne Caroutch • H.P. Carpenter • Maurice Carpenter • Eamonn Carr • Philip Carr • Phil Carradice • Des Carroll • Donald Carroll • Lewis Carroll • Nina Carroll • Jim Carruth • Ciaran Carson • Conor Carson • Oliver Carson • Catherine Carswell • John Carswell • Angela Carter • Graeme Carter • Simon Carter • Raymond Carver • Joyce Cary • Adolfo Bioy Casares • Anthony Casey • Peter Cash • Paul Casimir • Julia Casterton • F. Castillo • Pedro Mend Castillo • Bob Castle • Eve Catchpole • Catholic Poetry Society • Brian Catling • Jon Catt • Catullus • Charles Causley • Bernard Causton • C.P. Cavafy • Ian Caws • John Cayley • Cedars Upper School and Community College • Paul Celan • Alfred Celestine • Blaise Cendrars • Central Intelligence Agency • Ceolfrith Arts Centte • Ceolfrith Bookshop • Luis Cernuda • Aimé Césaire • Melih Cevdet • David Cevet • Mevlut Ceylan • Paul Cézanne • Cha Tze-Chiang • Alison Chace • Chace Farm Hospital • Marc Chagall • Jenny Chalmers • David Chaloner • Guy Chambelland • Brenda Chamberlain • Michael Chamberlain • Harry Chambers • J.B. Chambers • Miles Champion • Robert Chandler • Roy E. Chanslor • Michael Chant • Jenny Chaplin • Sid Chaplin • Clare Chapman • David Chapman • Stanley Chapman • Chapman [Press] • René Char • Julie Marie Charalambides • Tony Charles • Geoff Charlton • George Charlton • Jeff Charlton • Pascale Charpentier • Samuel Charters • Linda Chase • Kathy Chater • Oebjani Chatterjee • Bruce Chatwin • Cheapo Press • cris cheek • Anton Chekhov • Chelsea College of Art, London • Cheltenham Festival of Literature • Cheltenham Theatre and Arts Club • Tony Chenery • Sadi Cherkeshi • Maxine Chernoff • Cherrybite Publications • Chesil Poets • G.K. Chesterton • Shirley Chew • Ralph Cheyney • Joseph Chiari • Chichester Poetry Co-operative • Wilfred Rowland Childe • Billy Childish • Neil Chilton • Clyde Chitty • Henri Chopin • Guillaume Chpaltine • Christ Church College, Oxford • John Christian • John Christie • Christopher Davies Publishers • Chronicles of Disorder [Press] • Chuang Tzu • Caryl Churchill • Marion Chute • C.I.A. • Julian Ciepluch • Mal Cieslak • Circle Books • Circle in the Square [Press and Workshop] • Antonio Cisneros • The City Lit • The City Literary Institute • City University, London • Paula Claire • Amy Clampitt • Kate Clanchy • John Clare • Clare College, Cambridge • The Claremont Press • Chris Clark • Gillian Clark • John Clark • Nick Clark • Thomas A. Clark • Tom Clark • Adrian Clarke • Alexander Clarke • Austin Clarke • Gillian Clarke • Talitha Clarke • Paul Claudel • Andrew Clay • Alasdair Clayre • Dan Clayton • Joseph Clayton • A.A. Cleary • Brendan Cleary • Arthur Clegg • Drew Clegg • John Clement • Jack R. Clemo • Cleveleys Poetry Circle • Gay Clifford • Johnathan Clifford • Harry Clifton • Mildred Clinkard • Cal Clothier • Cloud [Press] • Charles Clover • Jeff Cloves • Anne Cluysenaar • Tom Clyde • Irene Coates • Stephen Coates • Noel Cobb • Bob Cobbing • John Coburn • Robert Cochrane • Ken Cockburn • Andrew Cocker • Peter Cockhill • Jean Cocteau • Alan Codd • Andrei Codrescu • Katherine Hunter Coe • Brian Coffey • S.K. Coffinan • Cog Press • Neville Coghill • J.M. Cohen • Mitch Cohen • N.R. Cohn • Norman Cohn • David Colbeck • Colchester School of Art • Jez Colclough • Barry Cole • Charlotte Cole • Janet Cole • Norma Cole • Les Coleman • Lucile Coleman • N. Coleman • Philip Coleman • Samuel Taylor Coleridge • Gladys Mary Coles • Tony Coles • Collective Writers • College of William and Mary, Virginia • Collett's Bookshop • Ernest Collings • S.D. Collingwood • Clifford Collins • Jess Collins • Merle Collins • Don Collis • Colophon Press • Ithell Colquhoun • Robert Colquhoun • Paul Coltman • Padraic Colum • Columbanus • S.D. Colwell • Tram Combs • Alex Comfort • An Commun Gaidhealach • Compendium (bookshop) • V. Compton-Burnett • Arthur Compton-Rickett • Concordat Press • Kirby Congdon • Congress for Cultural Freedom • Jeanne Conn • Stewart Conn • David Connearn • Myra Connell • Tommy Connett • Billy Connolly • Cyril Connolly • Pat Connolly • Chuck Connor • Noel Connor • Pauline Connor • Robert Conquest • Joseph Conrad • Anthony Conran • Terence Conran • Jack Conroy • Arthur Constance • David Constantine • Helen Constantine • Pamela Constantine • Contemporary Poetry and Prose Editions • Peter Conway • Brenda Cook • Jerry Cook • John Cook • Margaret Fulton Cook • Nick Cook • R.L. Cook • Dorian Cooke • Ray Cooke • William Cookson • Clark Coolidge • Anthony Cooney • Rian Cooney • Seamus S Cooney • C.A. S Cooper • Donald Cooper • Edmund Cooper • Helen Cooper • Jeff Cooper • Joan Cooper • Phil Cooper • Sue Cooper • John Cooper-Clark • Patrick Cooper-Duffy • Wendy Cope • A.E. Coppard • Coracle Press • James Corbett • Pie Corbett • Tom Corbett • Tristan Corbiere • Elsa Corbluth • Corby and District Writers Circle • Kelvin Corcoran • Cynthia Cores • Nichola Corese • Cork Women's Poetry Circle • Hilary Corke • Daniel Corkery • Martin Corless-Smith • Cid Corman • Alan Cornelius • John Cornford • Carol Cornish • James Cornish • Kate Cornish • Regina Cornwell • Cynthia Corres • Joe Corrie • Gregory Corso • Doris Corti • Baron Corvo • Fred Cosgrove • Ron Costley • Andrew Cottingham • Elizabeth Cottle • John Cotton • Patricia Coughlan • John Cournos • Glyn Court • Simon Coury • Joe Cousins • Kenneth Coutts-Smith • Michel Coururier • Jeni Couzyn • Noel Coward • Rodney Coward • Bill Cowley • Malcolm Cowley • C.B. Cox • Gaynor Cox • Ken Cox • Kenneth Cox • Morris Cox • Richard Cox • David Coxhead • Lol Coxhill • Kevin Coyne • Andrew Cozens • Jim Cozens • Alec Craig • Cairns Craig • David Craig • Maurice James Craig • Craiglockhart War Hospital • Hart Crane • Alan Crang • L. Cranmer-Byng • Maurice Cranston • Michael Craton • Maittin Crawford • Robert Crawford • Cynthia Crawshaw • Robert Creeley • Stewart Crehan • Crewe & Alsager College of Higher Education • Peter Crews • Philip Crick • Nigel Crisp • Quentin Crisp • Keith Critchlow • Andy Croft • John Croft • R. Ogilvie Crombie • John Cromer • Anthony Cronin • Brendan Cronin • Jane E.M. Cronin • Michael Cronin • Maureen Crosby • Margaret Crosland • T.W.H. Crosland • Donald Cross • Kevin Crossley-Holland • R.H.S. Crossman • Harry Crouch • Roger Crowley • Andrew Crozier • Robin Crozier • George Cruickshank • Helen Cruickshank • Hilary Crusz • David Crystal • Cuala Press • Sean Cubbitt • David Cubitt • Cathy Cullis • Olive Culshaw • Martin Culverwell • Marcus Cumberlege • Tim Cumming • E.E. Cummings • Stan Cummings • Gloria Cummins • Peter Cundall • Dave Cunliffe • John Cunningham • Curlew Press • Allen Curnow • Tom Curran • Alistair Currie • Duncan Curry • Neil Curry • Joy Curtis • Tony Curtis • Elaine Cusack • Ivor Cutler • Joanna Cutts • Simon Cutts • Leon Cych • Cymdeithas y Celfyddydau yng Ngogledd Cymru • Gilles Cyr • Adam Czerniawski

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Williams • Celia Williams • Christopher Williams • Clive Williams • Eluned Williams • Emmett Williams • Eugen Williams • Gwyn Williams • Heathcote Williams • Hugo Williams • Jo Williams • John Stuart Williams • Jonathan Williams • Kemble Williams • Malcolm Williams • Mark Williams • Merryn Williams • Mike Williams • Miles Vaughan Williams • Pat Williams • Peter Williams • Ralph Vaughan Williams • Raymond Williams • Simon Williams • Stanley Williams • Stephen Williams • William Carlos Williams • Amabel Williams-Ellis • Aaron Williamson • Duncan Williamson • Henry Williamson • Jennifer Williamson • Kennedy Williamson • Kevin Williamson • D.A. Willis • John Wills • Clive Wilmer • Thomas Wiloch • Sue Wilsea • A.L. Wilson • Andrew Wilson • Angus Wilson • Astrid Wilson • Colin Wilson • Gary Wilson • Jim C. Wilson • Judith Wilson • Norman Wilson • Pat Wilson • Robin Lindsay Wilson • Sinead Wilson • Thomas Wilson • Tim Holt Wilson • John Wiltshire • Wimbledon School of Art • Winchester College • Windows Project • Bob Windsor • Trevor Winkfield • Claire Winston • Jeanette Winterson • T.H. Wintringham • David Winzar • David Wise • Stuart Wise • Eric Wishart • Kirsti Wishart • Alistair Wisker • Gina Wisker • I.M. Wistlin • Robert Wistrich • Clare Withers • Roger Woddis • Olga Wojtas • Christa Wolf • Tom Wolfe • Tobias Wolff • Wolfson College, Oxford • Wolverhampton College of Art • Women's Literature Collective • Dave Wood • Dilys Wood • Harold Wood • Jo Wood • Margaret Wood • Ursula Wood • Christopher Woodard • Bruce Woodcock • George Woodcock • Alison Woodhouse • Jay Woodman • Burnley Woodman Inn • Woodman's Press • Woodmill High School, Dunfermline • Philip Woodrow • Brian Woods • Frederick Woods • Macdara Woods • S. John Woods • Derrick Woolf • Douglas Woolf • Leonard Woolf • Virginia Woolf • Steve Woollard • David Woolley • Woolley Dale Press • J. Howard Woolmer • Word & Action [Arts Organisation] • Words Press • Wordsmith [Workshop] • Dorothy Wordsworth • William Wordsworth • Workers' Educational Association • Mark Wormald • Jac. Worm-Muller • Lucy Worth • Sara Worthington • Simon Worthington • Wrecking Ball Press • Wrexham Writers Workshop • Basil Wright • Brian Wright • David Wright • Dorothy Wright • Fiona Wright • Glyn Wright • Howard Wright • Jane Wright • John Wright • Judith Wright • Kit Wright • Malcolm Wright • Margaret Lerner Wright • Martin Wright • Paul Wright • Reg Wright • S. Fowler Wright • Tom Wright • Writers' Brew Club • Writers' Club Associates • Writers Forum • Writers' Guild • Writing Women [Press] • Bill Wyatt • Honor Wyatt • George Wyllie • Francis Wyndham • Anona Wynn

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Xenia Press • Ming Xie • Pedro Xisto

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Stephen Yapp • Violet Yapp • Cliff Yates • Jack Yates • Roger Yates • John Yau • E.C. Yeats • Jack B. Yeats • John B. Yeats • S.M. Yeats • W.B. Yeats • Yevgeni Yevtushenko • York Poetry Society • Yorkshire Arts Association • Tamar Yoseloff • Albert Young • Bernard Young • Douglas Young • Grahaeme Barrasford Young • Virginia Brady Young • Young Blood Poets • Luke Youngman • Muhummad Yusuf

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Zaaiman • Gabriel Zaid • Ibn Zaidun • Shamoon Zamir • Andrea Zanzotto • T. Zavalini • Ilya Zdanevich • Adolpho Perez Zelaschi • Benjamin Zephaniah • Zhou Bang-Yan • Richard Zimler • Sharon Zink • Zoom Cortex • Bebe Zoot • Celia Zukofsky • Louis Zukofsky • Lotte Zurndorfer • Nicholas Zurbrugg • Stefan Zweig

TITLE INDEX

3 Arts Quarterly • 4: a review of the visual arts, literature, music and drama • 4word Magazine • 10th Muse • 365 Days of the Year • 2000

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A (1971-77) • A (1980s) • A Magazine • A-3 Broadsheet • A4 Anonymous • Aabye • Abandoned Notebook • AbeSea: a visual paper • The Abinger Chronicle • Abject • About This • Academus Poetry Magazine • Accent • Accidents & Devotions • Acid Angel • Acorn (1961-72) • Acorn (1968) • Active in Airtime • The Activity Echo • Acumen • Adam International Review • The Adelphi • The Adelphi Magazine • Admiral Connor's Hot True Steamy Confessions Quarterly • Advent • Aegis • Aengus • The Affectionate Punch • Afrasian • Agenda • The Agent • Aggie Weston's Dro • Agog (1974) • Agog (198?-199?) • Agog Ago Go • Aion • Air • Air Force Poetry • Air Space • Aireings • Aireloom • Akros • Alba: a Scottish miscellany in Gaelic and English • Alba Nuadh • Albab: review of Islamic & Western arts • Albannach • Albion (1968) • Albion (1970-74) • Alembic • All In • All The Poets • Allusions • Almer Parkes • Alpha • Alta • Alternative Poets • Amalgam • Amarinth • Amazing Grace • Ambit • Ambivalent Propaganda • AMF: Artisophanes' Middle Finger • Ammonite • Amoeba Broadsheet • Amoral Svelte • Ampersand • Ampersand • Anaconda • Analect • Anarchist Angel • And • And Another Thing • And What of Tomorrow? • Angel • Angel Arts Anthology • Angel Exhaust • Angelaki • Angels of Fire • The Anglo-Norman Review • The Anglo-Welsh Review • Angus Fireside • [Ankle Press] • Anomie • The Anona Wynn • Anonatextosaurus • Anthem: the Rand Society Magine • Anthill • Anthology (1971-72) • Anthology of the Gwent Poetry Society • Antiphon • Antwerpen 2000 • Anvil: life & the arts: a miscellany • Ape (1971) • Ape (1997-2000) • Apex One • Aplomb • Aplomb Zero • Apocalipps • Apocalypse • Apostrophe • The Apple - of Beauty and Discord • Apprentice • Approach • APT: Artists. Poets and Thinkers Group • Aquarius (1969-) • Aquarius: an annual religio-cultural review (1971-74) • Aquarius: poetry, music, anecdotes, art... (198?-88) • Aquarius: poetry magazine (1990-93) • Yr Aradr • Arbiter • Arc • Arcade • The Arcadian • Arcadian Guild Newsletter • The Arcadian Poetry Magazine • Arcanum • Archangel • Archeus • Arena (1937-38) • Arena (1949-52) • Arena (1960-67) • Arena (1963-1965) • Arena (1966) • Areopagus • Arete • Argo • The Argotist • Arima • Aristophanes' Middle Finger • Arkwright's First Magazine • Arlington • Arnold Bocklin • Arson: an ardent review • Art and Letters • Artery (1968-69) • Artery (1971-84) • Artery Poets • Art-icu-lit • Artifact • Artisan • The Arts • The Arts and Philosophy • Arts Club Magazine • The Arts in Ireland • Artwork AID • As It Is • Ashes • Aspects of Life • The Asphalt Jungle • Asphodel • Assassinator Broadsheet • Assegai • Asylum (1967-68?) • Asylum (1995-98) • At Last • The Atlantic Monthly • Atlantic Review • Atlantis • Atlas • Atlas Anthology • The August August • Aura: Manchester • The Auteur • The Autumn Anthology • Avaganda Magazine • Avalon • Avellenda • Aventine • Avon Literary Intelligencer • Awen (1985-?) • Awen (1999?-) • AX5 • Axis (1937) • Axis (1970) • Axis Bag • Axle Quarterly • The Aylesford Review

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Babel: a multi-lingual critical review • Backchart • B.A.D. • Bad Moon Rising See Rising • Bad News • Bad Poetry Quarterly • Bad Seeds • Baetyl: the journal of women's literature • Bananas • Bananas from the Windward Islands • Banba • Bandito • Bang • Banipal • Bare Bones • Bare Nibs • Bare Wires • The Bark and the Bite • Bark Magazine • Barrow Poems • Barwell Broadside • Bath Children Write • Bean Train • BeatScene • The Beau • "Before Your Very Eyes!" • The Bell: a survey of Irish life • The Belle • Benthos • Bentilee Voices • The Bermondsey Book • Bete Noire • Between the Lines • Beyond the Boundaries • Beyond the Cloister • Big Bang • Big Big Big Venus • Big Big Venus • Big Camel • The Big Spoon • Big Venus • Billy Liar • Bizarre Angel • Black Columbus • Black Country Meat Chronicle • Black Eggs • The Black Hat • Black Orpheus • Black Sun • The Black Writer • Black-beetle • Blackboard Review • Blackburn Barker • Blackmore Vale Writers • Blade • Blast: review of the great English vortex • Blaze • Bleb Residue • Bleeding Cheek • Bless 'Em All • Blind Serpent • Blithe Spirit • The Blue Boat • The Blue Cage • Blue Food • The Blue Front Door • The Blue Tunnel • Blueprint • Blues • Bo Heem E Um • Bogg • Boggers • Boite (a cockwerk whoreage) • Bolero: a magazine of poetry • The Book of Invasions • A Book of Poems by the Poet's Fellowship • Bookmark • The Booster • Boox • Borderlines (1981-) • Borderlines (1989-) • Both Sides Now • The Bound Spiral • Boundary • Box • Box of Rain • The Boy Detective • Bradford Poetry Quarterly • Brainwaifs • An Branar • Branch Redd Review • Brando's Hat • Braquemard • Breakfast • Breakfast All Day • Breakthru International Poetry Magazine • Breakthru Poetry / Art Magazine • Breath of Fresh Air • Brecht Times • Bridge • The Bridge (1946) • The Bridge (1979?) • The Bridge (1991?-1993?) • Brief • Briggistanes • Bristol Packet: West of England writings • Bristol Poets Fellowship Quarterly • Bristol Writes • The Brixton Poets • The Brixton Poets House Mega Zine • Broadsheet [New Arcadians Press] • Broadsheet (1922-28) • Broadsheet (1961-62) • Broadsheet (1967-70) • Broadsheet (1968-83?) • Broadsheet (1971-76) • Broadsheet (1974-?) • A Broadside • Broadside: from the Cannon Poets • Broadsides • Broadspeak • The Brodningnagian Times • Brooklyn Manuscript • The Brown Rice Gazette • Brunton's Miscellany • Brushstrokes • Budgie Breeders Poetry Magazine • Bugle Blast: an anthology from the Services • Bull • The Bullring • Bump • The Burning Bush • Butterfly • Byways

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Cabaret • The Cadmium Blue Literary Journal • The Calendar • The Calendar of Modern Letters • Cambrensis • Cambridge Left • Cambridge Poetry • Cambridge Poetry Festival [Programme] • Cambridge Poetry Magazine • Cambridge Writing • Camobap • Canards du Siecle Présent • Candelabrum • The Candle • Candle Light • Candle Light Reading • Cannon Fodder • Canto • Capella • Caprice • Caracola • Caravel • Carcanet • Cardiff Poet • Cardiff Poetry • Caret • Carmina: a review devoted to poetry • Casablanca • Cascando • Caseg Broadsheet • The Catacomb • Catacomb Poets • Causerie: the intimate magazine • CEJXOUQ • Celtic Dawn • The Celtic Pen • Cencrastus • Centra News • Centre 17 • Ceolfrith • Cerddi • Certain Gestures • The Chair • Chance • Change • The Changing World • Chanticleer • The Chapbook (ed. Harold Monro) • The Chapbook: the magazine of the Glasgow Literary Club (1933-35) • Chapbook: the magazine of Scottish achievement (1946-47) • Chapbook (1967?-69) • Chapman • Chapter One • Chariot Poets • Chase • Chasing the Dragon • The Cheapo Review • Chelsea Review • Chequer • Chesil • Chiaroscuro • Chicago. European Edition • Chimera • Chock • Chocolate News • Choice • The Christian Poet • Christian Poetry (1975-?) • Christian Poetry Review • Christmas Convoy • Chronicles of Disorder • Chrysalis • Cinema Quarterly • Cinquieme Saison • Cipher • Circle in the Square • Circuit • Circus • Citadel • City Dreams • City of Tears • City Writings • The Civil Service Author • Civil Service Poetry • Civvy Street • Clanjamfrie • Cleft • Clothes Bulletin • Cloud • Clump • Clunch • Cobweb • The Cocoon • Codex Bandito • The Coffee House • Cog Broadsheet • Coil: journal of the moving image • Collection (1962-63) • Collection (1968-70) • Collection (1973-74) • The Collective Seasonal • College Green • Colonnade • The Colosseum • Comment • Community of Poets • Comstock Lode • Concept Poetry • Concern: a literary magazine • Concern (Faroes) • Condescender • Connections (198?-) • Connections: the writers journal (1996-) • Constant Red/Mingled Damask • Contemporaries • Contemporaries and Makers • Contemporary Art • Contemporary Poetry • Contemporary Poetry and Prose • Contemporary Poetry and Song • Contemporary Quarterly • Context • Continuum • Contraflow • Contrasts • Convoy • Convoy File • Core • The Cork Literary Review • The Cork Review • The Cornish Review • Corpus Journal • Corridor • Cosmos • Counter Culture • Counterpoint (1945?) • Counterpoint (1977-1981) • The Country Heart • Countryside Tales • Couth • Cowpat • CPR International • Crab Grass • The Crane Bag • Cranks • Crescent • The Criterion (London) • The Criterion (Galway) • The Critic • Critical Quarterly • Critical Quarterly Poetry Supplement • Critical Quarterly Supplement • The Critical Survey • Crown and the Sickle: an anthology • Crux (1940) • Crux (1953) • The Crystal Gate • The Cuirt Journal • The Curate's Egg • Curios Thing • The Curiously Strong • Curlew • Curtains • Cutely • The Cutting Room • Cutting Teeth • Cyclops • Cyphers

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Dada Dance • DADO Magazine • Damask Magazine • Dancing Ledge Mercury • Dandelion Arts Magazine • Danta Ard-teistimeireachta • Danta Mean-teistimeireachta • The Dark Horse • Dart • Daskhat: a journal of South Asian literature • Data Dump • DATR • David • The Day • Daylight • Y Ddraig • The Decachord • Deep Earth Revue • Déja Vu • Dejected Nurses • Delhi London Poetry Quarterly • Delphic Review • Delta (1938-1939) • Delta (1953-1981) • Delyow Derow • Departure • Der Monstarr Dat Eight Japaned • Deuce • The Devil • Dial • The Dial Monthly • Dialogue • Diary of an Assassin and Other Documents • Dice • The Diggers Magazine • Dint: anthology of modern poetry • The Disinherited • Distaff • Distant Echo • Divan • Diversion • Dock Leaves • A Doctor's Dilemma • Documento Trimestral • Dodo • Dog (197?-78) • Dog (1991-96?) • The Dolmen Miscellany of Irish Writing • Doors Into and Out of Dorset • Dope: twentieth century broadsheet • Dorwey Voices • Double Harness • Double Space • Down to Heel • Down West • Dowry • Dragon • Dragoncards • Dream Catcher • Driftwood Quarterly • The Drumlin • The Dublin Magazine (1923-58) • Dublin Magazine (1965-74) • The Dublin Review • The Dubliner (1961-64)

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The Ear in a Wheatfield • Earth Ship • Eastern Rainbow • Eavesdropper • The Echo Room • Eclipse • Eco Runes • Ecorché • Ecuatoriaal • Edible Society • Edinburgh Review • Editor Anonymous • Edwardian Poetry • Effie • Ego • The Egoist: an individualist review • Eikon Review • Element • Element 5 • Elephant Candy • Eleventh Finger • Elgebra • Embryo: the poetry of Oundelians • Emotionism • The Enchanted Moan • Encounter • The Enemy: a review of art and literature • Engaged • The English Digest • English Folios • The English Intelligencer • The English Review • Enigma (1968-70) • Enigma (1969-71) • Enock's Fatal Bile Beater • Entropy • Envelope: a magazine of visual poetry • Envoi • Envoy: a review of literature and art • Eonta • Eos • Epilogue: a critical summary • Equator: Liverpool University poetry magazine • Equofinality • Era • Eric • The Eton Candle • Euphoria • The European Quarterly • Everyman: an annual religo-cultural review • Excello & Bollard Annual • Excerpts • Exe • Exe-calibre • The Exile • Exile • Exit • Exit News • Experiment • Expression - 1965-73 • Expression - 1966-70 • Expression One • Extra • Extra Verse • Extremes • The Eye

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Face North • Facet: arts magazine of the West • Fanfare: a musical causerie • Fanfreuluche: a miscellany • Fantasia • Fantasma • Fantasma Miscellany • Fantasma Parade • Fantasma Supplement • Farrago (1930-31) • Farrago (199?-92) • Fatchance • Fauxpas • FDARTS • Feedback • Fenice Broadsheet • Ferment • Fete • Fife Fringe • Fife Lines • The Fig Tree: a Douglas Social Credit quarterly review • Figments • Figs • Filter • Fingerprint • Fingertips • Fire (1967-72) • Fire (1994-) • Fireweed • The Firing Squad • First Offence • First Time • Fishpaste • Fish-sheet • Five Leaves Left • Five Minute Bid • Fix • Flame • Flaming Arrows • Flesh Mouth • Flint • The Fly Cemetery • The Flying Horse • Focus (1935) • Focus (1945-1950) • Focus (1977-97) • Focus (1979?-?) • Foldan Sceatas • Folded Sheets • Folio • Folio International • Folios of New Writing • Folk and Poetry • The Fool • Fool's House • Foolscap • Footnotes • Force 10 in Mayo • Fords & Bridges • Forever • Form (1921-22) • Form (1966-69) • Form (1969) • Format • Fortnight • Forty Winks • The Forum (1921-1922) • Forum (1938) • Forum: Stories and Poems (1949-1950) • Four See 4: a review of the visual arts, literature, music and drama • The Four Elements • [Four Word Magazine] 4word Magazine • Fragmente • Frames • La France Libre • The Free Critic • Free Hand • The Free Man • Free Unions - Unions Libres • Freestyle Magazine • The Freewoman • Frice • Friday Market • The Frogmore Papers • Frontal Lobe • Full House Poetry • Full House Poets • Fuse • Fusion (1979-?) • Fusion Magazine (1998-?) • Futura

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G • Gadfly • Gaga • The Gairfish • Gairfish • Gairm • Gallery: an illustrated poetry magazine • Gallimaufry • Gambit • Gambit: Edinburgh University review • Gandalf • Gandalf's Garden • Gandalf's Inner Garden Newsletter • Gangrel • Gangway Literary Magazine • Garbaj • Gare du Nord • Gargantua • Gargoyle • Garuda • The Gate • Gathered Leaves • The Gay Journal • Gazunda • Gemini: the Oxford and Cambridge magazine • Gemini: a pamphlet magazine of new poetry • Genera • General Schmuck • Gentle Reader • George: son of My Own Mag • Germinal • Gervase • Giant Steps • The Gig • Ginger Snaps • The Glasgow Magazine • The Glasgow Review • Glasgow University Magazine • The Glass • The Glass: Literary Studies Group • Glass: poetry magazine • Glass Onion • The Global Moon-Edition Long Hair Times North Atlantic Turn-On • Global Tapestry and Vegan Action • Global Tapestry Journal • Goalpost • God's Spy • The Golden Bowl • The Golden Hind • Golden Leaves • Gong • Good Cheer • Good Elf • The Good Society Review • Good Speech • The Gorey Detail • Gorgon • Graffiti • Grand Piano • The Granta • Granra (1979-) • Graph • Great Works • Greedy Shark • Greek Horizons • Green Battle Lines • The Green Book • Green Island • Green Lines • The Greenbelt Fringe Poetry Magazine • The Greenland Magazine • Grendon Grail • Grid • Grille • Grosseteste Review • Ground Works • The Group Theatre Paper • Grub Street • The Guild Broadsheets • The Gypsy

H
H& • Hack Hack • Haiku Byways • The Haiku Quarterly • Hairst • The Halifax Wednesday Morning Eye Opener • The Hallamshire & Osgoldcross Poetry Express • The Hamyarde • Hand • The Handshake • Handside Poets • Hapt • Hard Lines (1982) • Hard Lines (1982-?) • The Hard Times • Harlequin • Harry's Hand • Hartforde Poets' Journal • Hartforde Poets' Newsletter • Harvest • The Hat • Hat Poetry Magazine • Havoc • Headland • Headlock • Heart Throb • The Heaton Review • Helicon • Hendon Arts Review • Henry Glasgow • Here and Now • Here Now: South Tyneside arts quarterly • Here To-day • Heretic • The Hermit Oberlus • Hiatus • Highcliff • Hightime • The Hillingdon Writer • Hillmn • Hindman • Hoke • Holophrase • Holy Cow • The Holy Door • The Holy Eye • The Honest Ulsterman • Hooligan Heart • H.O.P.E. • Horde • Horizon • Hot Poetry Set • Hot Tin Roof • How • How Do I Love Thee? • HP • HPJ • Hrafnhoh • H.U. • Huabi • The Human Handkerchief • The Human World • Hybrid • The Hydra: journal of the Craiglockhart War Hospital • Hydromel

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I Want To Eat Your Stomach • Ibid • Icarus (1950-) • Icarus (1982) • Ice • Iceni • Iconoliltre: poetry, painting, jazz • Icteric • Id • Identity Magazine • Ideogram: poetry, prose, criticism • Ikon • Illuminations • The Illustrated Ape • [The Imagist Anthologies] • Des Imagistes • Impact (195?-) • Impact (1996) • Imprint (1949-50) • Imprint (1967-70) • Imprint (1980-82) • In The Night Of • Incept • The Incredible Spring Panda • The Incurable • Indian Writing • Indigo Lumus • Infolio • The Informer • The Inherited • Inisfail: published to maintain a sympathetic contact between Irishmen living abroad • Inisfail: a quarterly magazine • Ink (198?) • Ink (1989?) • Inklings (1977) • Inklings (198?) • Inkshed • Innercity • Innti • InsideOut • Insight • Integument • Inter Alia • Inter Arts • Interactions • Interchange • Interest • Interference • Interlude • International Melodic Scribble • International Review • International Surrealist Bulletin (Bulletin internationale du surréalisme) • International Times S • The Interpreter's House • Intimacy • Into Print • Intoprint • Intrigue • Inverse (198?) • Inverse (1993-94) • Invicta Literary Magazine • Invisible Art • Involution • Iota • Ipse • Ireland To-day • Irish Bookman • The Irish Commonwealth • Irish Harvest • Irish Homestead • Irish Press • The Irish Review • The Irish Statesman • The Irish Tribune • Irish Voices • Irish Writing • Iron • The Iron Flute • Iron Hog • Ishmael • The Island • Island • Issue One • Isthmus Poetry • Itch • It's: the Wimbledon School of Art magazine

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Jabberwock: Edinburgh University review • Janus (1936) • Janus (1992~3) • Jazz Forum: quarterly review of jazz and literature • Jennings Magazine • Joe DiMaggio • Joe Soap's Canoe • Jonathan Magazine • The Jongleur: a quarterly sheaf of leaves • The Journal (1998-2000) • The Journal (2000-) • The Journal of Contemporary Anglo-Scandinavian Poetry • Journals of Pierre Menard • Juillard • June Diary of Pierre Menard • Junk

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Kaleidoscope • Kavanagh's Weekly • Keith Wright Memorial Literary Competition • Keith Wright Memorial Poetry Competition • Kent Connections • Key Poets • Key Words • Khaki and Blue • The Kilkenny Magazine • Kingdom Come • Kingfisher • Kissing the Sky • Kite • Kites • Klaxon • Kleek-Poemz • Klick • Kolokon • Konfluence • Kontexts • Krax • Krino • Kroklok • Kudos • Kulchur • Kunapipi

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An La • Label • Labrys • The Lace Curtain • Lagan: a miscellany of Ulster writing • Laissez Faire • Lallans • LAMB • Lancaster Literature Festival Poems • Language • Language Alive • Language Issue • Lantern Light • Lapis Lazuli • Last Steps • Late Removals • Lateral Moves • The Laughing Horse • Laughing Song • Lay Poets • Leaf-mould • Leaven • Leaves - 'Billeoga' • Leeds University Poetry • LEF • The Left Review • The Lesser Known Shagg • Lexikon • Liberty • Lice • Life and Letters (1923-1924) • Life and Letters (1928-1950) • Life Line • Light and Dark • The Lighthouse • Limestone • Lincolnshire Writers • Linear A • Lines (1952-1998) • Lines (1969-72) • Lines Review • Links • Linkway • Listen • Lit Up! • Literary Monthly • The Literary Review (1928-1929) • The Literary Review (1936-1937) • The Literary Review (1979- ) • The Literary Supplement • Litmus • Littack • The Littack Supplement • The Little Review: literature drama music art • The Little Revue • Little Wings • The Little Word Machine • Live Writers • Liver & Lights • The Liverpool Chapbook • Living Arts • Living by the Sea • LJ • Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch • Loaded Drum • Lobby Press Newsletter • Logos Magazine • London Aphrodite • The London Broadsheet • London Bulletin • London Forum • London Gallery Bulletin • The London Magazine • London Magazine Stories • The London Mercury • Long Hair • Long Hair Times • Long Pen • The Long Poem Newsletter • The Longstone • Loot • Loquela Mirabilis • Lost Dreams • Lot 49 • Loudspeaker • Love and Life • Love Poster • Lovely Jobly • Ludd's Mill • Lycidas • Lyra: an anthology of new lyric • Lysistrata

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Mab • Mabon • Mad Cow • The Mad Hatter • Madam X • Madoc • Madog • Magazine • A Magazine • The Magazine • The Magazine of Today • Magazing • Magma (1979-82?) • Magma (1994-) • Maidstone Poets News • The Main Street Journal • Mainly • Maio • Make • Malenka • Man! • Mana • Manana • Mandrake • Mango Season • Manifest • Manifold • Mansfield Mixture • The Manster That Hate Chiffon • Manticore • Manuscript (1941) • Manuscript (1967-69) • Manutius • The Many Review • Maquis • Mar • The March Hare • Margin • Markings • Mars • Martin Holroyd's Poetry Monthly • The Marxist Quarterly • Masque • The Masquerade • Masques • Matrix (197?-74) • Matrix (1999) • Mauvaise Graine • Maximum Load • Maya • McCarthy's Technicolour Dream Pie • Meantime • Mecano • Mediterraneans • Medley • Megaphone • Melodic Scribble • The Melody • Memes • Mentor • Meridian Poetry Magazine • Merlin • Message: a Belgian review • Messages to the Void • Metre • Metrix • Metron • Mica • The Microcosm • Mid-Day • Middle East Anthology • Midland Read • Midnight Ink • Midnight Oil • The Mighty Column • Migrant • Million: new left writing • Mind the Gap (1998-2000) • Mind the Gap (1998-) • Mineral Waters of the Caucasus • Minerva • Minerva: a magazine of modern poetry • The Mint • Miscellany • The Mitre Anthology of Poetry • Mixed-up, Shook-up • Modern Poetry in Translation • The Modern Quarterly • Modern Reading • The Modern Scot • Modern Scots Poets • Mofussil • A Mole Travels • Molly Bloom • M.O.M.A: a magazine of modern arts • Momentum • The Mongol Review • The Mongrel Fox • Monkey Kettle • The Monologue • Monomyth • The Monster That Ate Japan • The Monthly Chapbook • The Monthly Criterion • The Moon • Moonlight • Moonstone • The Moorlands Review • More Scratchings • More Songs from the Ship and Castle • A Morning Star Folio • Mortal Leaves • Mosaic • Moth • Mother Tongues • Mothra • Motley (1930) • Motley (1932-1934) • Motus • Mouthpiece • Move • The Moving Times • Mr Tiger's Bookstop • Mslexia • Mugshots • Mult • Murid • Muse • Musical Mirror • Mute • My Own Mag • My Queen Magazine

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Naissance • The N.A.P.M. • The National Review • Navis • N.D.Y. • Nebulum • Nemo • Neoeil • Neo-Georgian Poetry • Neptune's Kingdom • Nerve • Never Bury Poetry! • The New Age • New Age Poetry Magazine • New Agency Sheet • The New Alliance • The New Alliance & Scots Review • The New Apocalypse • [New Arcadian Broadsheet] • New Arcadians' Journal • The New Athenian Broadsheet • The New Broadside • New Broom CS • New Chapter: a quarterly magazine of literature • The New Coterie • The New Criterion • New Days: the journal of new conditions • New Departures • New Edinburgh Review • The New English Weekly • The New Freewoman • New Gambit • New Generation • New Headland Magazine • New Helios • New Hope • New Hope International • New Hope International Review • New Hope International Review Online • New Irish Writing • The New Keepsake • The New Keepsake for the Year... • New Leaf • New Lines • New Measure • The New Melody • The New Meridian Magazine • New Numbers • The New Oxford Outlook • New Poems • New Poems from Portsmouth • New Poet Magazine • New Poetry • New Poetry (ed. Norman Hidden) • New Poetry: a publication in 'The Grand Anthology of Poetry Series' • New Poetry from Oxford • New Poets: an anthology of contemporary poetry • New Prospects Poetry • The New Review: an international notebook for the arts • The New Review • New Road • New Rooster • New Saltire • The New Savoy • The New Saxon Pamphlets • The New Scot • New Scotland • The New Shetlander • New Spokes • New Theatre • The New Truth • New Verse • New Vision • The New Weekly • The New Welsh Review • The New West Country Magazine • New Writing • New Writing and Daylight • New Writing Network • New Writing Scotland • The New Yorick • New Yorkshire Writing • Nexus • Nexus: magazine of the Wandsworth Writers' Guild • Nice • Nicely • Night and Day • Night Scene • Night Train • The Nightwatchman • Nimbus • Nine • Ninepence • Nineties Poetry • Ninth Decade • Ninth Wave • No Walls Broadsheet • Nomad • Nonplus • Norman Hackforth • Norseman • North • The North • North-County Chap-Books • North East Arts Review • North Magazine • North York Poetry • Northern Broadsheet • Northern Lights • Northern Line • Northern Numbers • The Northern Review (1924) • The Northern Review (1965-57) • Northlight • The Northman • Northwords • Not Poetry • Notebooks of Pierre Menard • Nothing Doing in London • Notnot • Novice • Now • Now-a-days • The N.P.C. Fortnightly • Nucleus • Number • Numbers • Nursing Times • Nutshell • NWN • NWR

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