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Magma 25th anniversary

Poets, guests and Magma Board members past and present gathered on 29th November 2019 to celebrate 25 years of publishing Magma. We met at the Concert Artistes’ Association in Covent Garden which had recently been refurbished and is very splendid.…

Magma 25th anniversary —  issue 1 to 75

  Rolling display of all Magma’s covers

Call for Submission — Magma 77, Act Your Age

* The submissions window for ‘Act Your Age’ is open from 1st November – 31st December 2019. We welcome poems that have not been previously published, either in print or online. Up to 4 poems may be sent via Submittable,…

Jennifer Wong reviews Gale Burns, Fiona Benson and Joolz Sparkes & Hilaire

From Magma 74, Work Read the review here: Jennifer Wong reviews Gale Burns, Fiona Benson and Joolz Sparkes & Hilaire

Rob A. Mackenzie reviews Richard Gwyn, Jane Yeh and Steafán Hanvey

From Magma 74, Work Read the review here: Rob A. Mackenzie reviews Richard Gwyn, Jane Yeh and Steafán Hanvey

Laurie Smith reviews Jamie McKendrick, Peter Bennet and Theresa Lola

From Magma 74, Work Read the review here: Laurie Smith reviews Jamie McKendrick, Peter Bennet and Theresa Lola

Jade Cuttle reviews Jane Routh, Samantha Walton and an anthology of Somalian poets

From Magma 74, Work Read the review here: Jade Cuttle reviews Jane Routh, Samantha Walton and an anthology of Somalian poets

Magma 75, Loss — London Launch!

Sat, 23 November 2019 14:30 – 17:00 GMT Exmouth Market Centre Exmouth Market London EC1R 4QE Book your free tickets here * At the launch of The Loss Issue, we’ll celebrate the past, memorialise the lost and look to the…

Marina Dora Martino Reviews ‘Girlhood’ by Julia Copus

Girlhood is an anthology of objects and ephemera – hallways, windows, televisions, shadows, bonfires, the hissing of rain. They are not a chaotic congregation, but rather nexuses of a convoluted poetic neurosystem. Julia Copus’s multiple narrators, who share an urgent,…

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