Writers & Literary Magazines Australia
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!nspire (SG) Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
!nspire is akin to a ‘tonic' to inspire students from age 12 onwards, and to be inspired to better themselves. The slew of interesting articles that cover a range of topics in each issue provide students with more than just entertainment, serving to tickle their intellectual curiosity and kindle a love for lifelong reading and learning. Content in each issue include fiction and non-fiction articles on a range of topics like Gaia (environment), In Shape (sports and fitness), Growing Up (issues faced by Teens) and Strange Truths (facts that can be stranger than the truth). We also have a cover story in each issue, which could be about anything from a group of youngsters who set up a school for street children in Bangladesh to the admirable life story of an armless pilot. Regular features in every issue include Student's Corner (published students' essays, both as model and for tweaking), Bon Voyage (exotic travel experiences by our globe-trotting travel writer), A Leaf Out of a Book (an excerpt from a novel), Language Buzz (language games), Tween-Teen Reads & Flicks (recommended reads and movies) and Workout (student worksheets). Fun facts in the form of information bites dot our magazines too, injecting more fun in reading.
iTHINK (SG) Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
The iThink magazine is a most interesting read to boost the language and critical thinking skills of age 14 and onwards. With an engaging mix of thought-provoking articles and lighter stimulating reads, iThink is the one-stop solution to making reading both a leisure and an intellectual pleasure to students. Content in each issue is organised according to a theme, which could range from an issue on Music to that of Science & Technology, and Society & Culture. We provide an in-depth exploration of issues that relate to the theme, accompanied by thought-provoking questions, word banks and sources for further reading or viewing (YouTube video links). You will also find regular articles on travel (Wanderlust) by our ever-wandering travel writer, a life story of at least one inspirational person (Inspire-Aspire), a discussion on common language errors (Ask GRAMMAr), student essays with comments by the editor (Model Me & Tweak Me) as well as recommended teen reads and movies (Teen Reads & Flicks) and a smattering of trivia, making for a more enriching reading experience. Student worksheets at the end of the magazine serve as a good workout for the students. Any student who appreciates an engaging take on language education and critical thinking would love an issue of iThink.
Good Reading Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
Good Reading is a monthly magazine for the book lover. It is devoted to books and reading with profiles of authors, extracts from the latest releases, a guide to book events around Australia, a look at what commuters are reading and much more. Full of independent books reviews of the latest releases from overseas and Australian writers, all sorts of books are covered no matter what your taste from general fiction, crime, fantasy, history, biography, health, arts, gardening, cooking and kids books for all ages.
Writing magazine (UK) Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
Writing Magazine is essential reading for any aspiring or published writer, subscribe and discover how we can help you develop your unique writing style. Every month, our knowledgeable, expert writers provide pages of practical how-to advice, hints and tips, author features, information on what editors and publishers are looking for, writing competitions, and inspirational ideas – everything you could need to make the most of your writing potential. Writing Magazine now also features our sister publication Writers' News, the perfect resource for writers looking to sell their work. Every month Writers' News features articles on magazine and book publishers looking for manuscripts, competition announcements and news from the publishing world. That is 112 pages of essential writing information and inspiration in one monthly magazine! Every month you'll receive expert advice on how to improve your writing, invaluable tips, entry to cash prize competitions, interviews with leading authors on how they achieved success, up-to date news, upcoming events, and 100s of leads to sell your work…everything you need to know to be a successful writer.
The Writer (USA) Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
The Writer Magazine was founded in Boston in 1887 and ever since then has been an invaluable resource for professional writers. Every issue of your subscription to The Writer magazine helps hopeful scribes become the writer they've always wanted to be – and help them produce the kind of writing that people will pay money to read! Discover how to use the internet to further writing careers…learn the techniques that helped other writers get published…get the latest market listings…hear about upcoming contests and conferences…and much more!Each month The Writer magazine is full of features you can use to improve your writing, including before-and-after examples of improved writing, more literary markets than ever before, practical solutions for writing problems, selected literary magazine profiles, tips from famous authors and hands-on advice.
Literary Review (UK) Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
Literary Review was founded in Edinburgh in 1979 by Dr Anne Smith, head of the English Department at Edinburgh University. She created a lively, intelligent literary magazine for people who love reading. From the start, Literary Review plugged in to the best and most exciting current writing. The reviewers are usually authors themselves, not just critics. In the 1980s, Auberon Waugh became editor. For fourteen years Waugh led the magazine and gave it the high profile it has today, including bringing on board Willie Rushton as cover illustrator. Nancy Sladek has edited the magazine for the last fifteen years and in 2015 was awarded the prestigious Benson Medal for outstanding services to English literature.The iconic covers have been illustrated since 1997 by Chris Riddell, who was made Children’s Laureate in 2015.Contributors to the magazine have included, among many others, Diana Athill, Kingsley Amis, Martin Amis, Beryl Bainbridge, John Banville, Julian Barnes, Hilary Mantel, John Mortimer, Malcolm Bradbury, A S Byatt, Paul Johnson, David Starkey, John Gray, Robert Harris, Nick Hornby, Richard Ingrams, Joseph O’Neill, Lynn Barber, Derek Mahon, Oleg Gordievsky, John Sutherland and D J Taylor‘This magazine is flush with tight smart writing.’ Washington Post‘Literary Review is extremely informative, well-written and altogether enjoyable. It is my favourite monthly magazine.’ Muriel Spark‘In Literary Review you find something that has almost vanished from the book pages: its contributors are actually interested in Literature.’
London Review Of Books (UK) Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
The London Review of Books is the most widely-circulated literary magazine in Europe. An LRB subscription is perfect for anyone with a passion for literature, politics, history, philosophy, poetry, biography, opinion pieces, film and the arts. Alan Bennett calls the London Review of Books magazine the liveliest, most serious and most radical literary magazine we have. Readers of the London Review of Books have come to expect inspired matches of writer and subject. Often provocative and always original, LRB writers do more than just review books- they use recently published books as a catalyst to interrogate and analyse world culture; the end point is a collection of independent, originally-crafted essays. A London Review of Books magazine subscription also makes a great gift for anyone with a love of literature.
Phoenix Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
PHOENIX is the ultimate lifestyle magazine for the free-thinking modern woman, independently published and printed in the UK. It’s a literary and visual feast featuring hundreds of pages of exclusive interviews, trends, fashion shoots, style ideas, prose features, beauty must-haves, counter-culture discussion, philosophy, art, music, books, film and travel. We have enough stuff; we just want the stuff we have to be better made, by better people. That’s why PHOENIX is underpinned by a commitment to slow journalism, slow fashion and ethical business.
The Atlantic Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
The Atlantic is an American magazine founded (as The Atlantic Monthly) in Boston in 1857. It was created as a literary and cultural commentary magazine.The Atlantic Monthly Magazine has been a voice for the literate reader interested in the world around them for two centuries, and has won more National Magazine Awards than any other monthly magazine. Atlantic Monthly will place readers at the very epicenter of contemporary issues, and it also features the very best in fiction, travel, food and humor. Atlantic is a thoughtful news and literary magazine that focuses on politics, foreign affairs, economics, arts events, and personalities.
New York Review Of Books Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
A subscription to The New York Review Of Books magazine is a must for all looking for an intelligent read.The New York Review Of Books has established itself, in Esquire's words as the premier literary intellectual magazine in the English language. The New York Review began during the New York publishing strike of 1963 when the present editors, Robert Silvers and Barbara Epstein, and their friends, decided to create a new kind of magazine – one in which the most interesting and qualified minds of our time would discuss current books and issues in depth. It is the journal where the most important issues are discussed by writers who are themselves a major force in world literature and thought. Every two weeks, these and other writers publish essays and reviews of books and the arts, including music, theatre, dance, and film-from Woody Allen's Manhattan to Kurosawa's version of King Lear.
Island Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
Island is one of Australia’s leading literary magazines; a print-only quarterly of ideas, writing and culture. Made in Tasmania since 1979, Island publishes essays, fiction, art features and poetry from around the world. Island has published works by David Ireland, Marshall McLuhan, Richard Flanagan, Heather Rose, Amanda Lohrey, Charlotte Wood, Robert Dessaix, Favel Parrett, Neil Gaiman, Christos Tsiolkas, Frank Moorhouse, Tim Winton, Geordie Williamson, Tim Ferguson, PJ Harvey, Cate Kennedy, Marieke Hardy, and many more.
The Lifted Brow Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
The Lifted Brow is a quarterly print journal from Australia and the world. A high quality colour magazine, it has earned a reputation as the place where the best writing and writers from both Australia and overseas are featured. The Lifted Brow publishes commentary, essays, fiction, criticism, comics, poetry, visual art, and more. Since its inception in 2007, The Lifted Brow has featured in its pages the work of a wide variety of writers, including Christos Tsiolkas, Helen Garner, David Foster Wallace, Neil Gaiman, Rick Moody, Margeret Atwood, Karen Russell, Tom Cho, Douglas Coupland, Heidi Julavits, Tom Bissell, Tao Lin, Rebecca Giggs, Margo Lanagan, Jim Shepard, Frank Moorhouse, Anna Krien, Romy Ash, Matthew de Abaitua, Diane Williams, Sam Lipsyte, Sheila Heti, Wayne Koestenbaum, Jim Shepard, Chris Somerville, Elizabeth Gaffney, Andrés Neuman, Angie Hart, Blake Butler and Benjamin Kunkel. Your subscription will begin with the current issue.
Griffith Review Magazine 12 Month Subscription from iSubscribe
Griffith REVIEW is the most diverse and interesting Australian quarterly – the one you need to read to really understand the country. Griffith REVIEW is an award-winning, high-quality, agenda-setting publication, delivering insight into the things that matter most in a timely, authoritative and engaging fashion. Each 260-page edition tackles the big issues of the day with verve, elegance and insight, engaging readers and influencing policymakers. It is a non-partisan forum that explores Australia’s place in the world and what confronts us through considered, beautifully written essays, detailed reporting and engaging memoir, alongside the best new fiction, poetry and photography. A substantial lead essay by a major writer, thinker or reporter anchors each edition. Different perspectives are teased out in at least twenty other pieces. Themes respond to and anticipate the major stories of the times, and the annual summer fiction edition showcases the finest established and emerging writers. Print subscription includes digital access to online archives. Your email address will be passed onto the publisher so you can activate your online account.