Exact Editions is pleased to announce that individuals can now purchase a quarterly or annual subscription for Poetry London. Subscribers will have access to all new issues published three times a year as well as its full digital archive spanning over two decades.
Poetry London is an arts charity and international poetry magazine where acclaimed contemporary poets share pages with exciting new names. Published three times a year in February, May and September, each issue contains new poetry, incisive reviews and features. From modest beginnings in 1988, when it was a listings newsletter, Poetry London has developed into one of the UK’s leading poetry magazines.
Both a national and international magazine, Poetry London features poems, reviews and work in translation from London, Europe, America, and other parts of the world. Its aim is to attract the best poems by the best poets currently writing in English as well as identify and foster emerging writers, providing a space in its issues to poets who have yet to publish a first collection.
The archive features original publications by Nobel Prize–winner Seamus Heaney, UK Poet Laureate Simon Armitage and former Laureate Carol Ann Duffy, former US Poets Laureate Billy Collins and Kay Ryan, Oxford Professor of Poetry Alice Oswald, and Forward Prize–winners Ocean Vuong, Kei Miller, and Danez Smith, as well as poems by the likes of Carolyn Forché, Kwame Dawes, Sarah Howe, Fred D’Aguiar, and Karen Solie.
The poetry publication goes back to Autumn 1996, and readers can browse over 70 back issues as well as all new issues to come. The fully searchable digital archive going back to 1996 can be viewed across the web, iOS and Android platforms and each back issue is easily accessible through Exact Editions cutting-edge stacking interface, allowing users to jump between years and decades at the touch of a button.
Individuals can purchase an annual or quarterly subscription by clicking here.
For institutions interested in requesting a free trial of Poetry London, please click here.
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