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The Reader Magazine


(Poetry Magazine)


Published quarterly since 1997, The Reader is the only magazine that offers the whole literary mix: new fiction and poetry, classic and neglected works, interviews with leading figures in the world of the arts, thought-pieces, advice for reading groups, research into reading and news from the world of books.

Recent issues have included poetry from Sean Haldane, Jean Sprackland, John Burnside and Michael Schmidt, as well as a selection of reflections on the work of Thomas Hardy and George Herbert. The magazine also features regular contributions from Ian McMillan, Brian Nellist, Enid Stubin and The Reader Organisation's Director and Founder, Jane Davis.

The Reader comes out four times a year. An annual subscription (4 issues) starts at 24.00.

Contact Information

name: Beth Pochin
phone: 0151 207 7207
email: info@thereader.org.uk
website: www.thereader.org.uk

The Reader Organisation,
The Friary Centre,
Bute Street
L5 3LA



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