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school house magazine
Edited by Annabel Heseltine, School House is an innovative education magazine and directory published twice a year, in February and September, to London's most affluent homes. With leading contributors including Rachel Johnson, Barnaby Lenon, Christina Odone and Josa Young the magazine provides parents with all the latest education news and is a tailor-made guide to the very best London and county schools. As the UK's leading guide to private education School House has become “an indispensable guide” in helping parents make the crucial decisions about where to send their children to school. details
interzone magazine
Interzone is Britain's longest running science fiction and fantasy magazine. It has helped launch the careers of many important authors and continues to publish new fiction by some of the world's best known writers. Amongst those to have graced its pages are Brian Aldiss, Michael Moorcock, Bruce Sterling, William Gibson, M. John Harrison, Stephen Baxter, Iain M. Banks, J.G. Ballard, Kim Newman, Alastair Reynolds, Harlan Ellison, Greg Egan, Gwyneth Jones, Geoff Ryman, Rachel Pollack, John Brunner, Paul McAuley, Ian R. MacLeod, Christopher Priest, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Aliette de Bodard, Lavie Tidhar. and we continue to publish some of the bright [...]. details
the oldie magazine
A subscription to The Oldie magazine provides an eclectic mix of humour, cartoons, reviews, interviews and eccentricity. The Oldie dares to give readers something different and unpredictable. Each issue brings you great writers such as Mavis Nicholson, Raymond Briggs, Rachel Johnson and Gyles Brandreth. As well as these and other equally famous and talented guest writers, there are contributions from people of whom you will not have heard. It is this unsolicited material that makes it unique. The Oldie magazine was founded in 1992 by Richard Ingrams, who for 23 years was the editor of Private Eye. The Oldie recognises that what readers want more than a [...]. details