The Reader Magazine #35: Starting the Reading Revolution

READER 35 cover-blogThe Reader magazine has been around for over ten years and has always been passionate about books and reading. In issue 35 it gets serious about its mission. Entitled ‘Starting the Reading Revolution’ this issue 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

You can buy your copy of #35 here. Or subscribe here. Recent back issues of the magazine are available as a free download and on Scribd.com here.

via. The Reader Online

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