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The London Magazine - December / January 2009

Published by The London Magazine

ISBN: 19806-0024-6085

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Poems by Roddy Lumsden, Mahmoud Darwish, Antony Rowland, Clare Best Partners

Short story by Alix Nathan

Annie Freud on her father, Lucian Freud, and the relationship between Poetry and Painting.
David Punter examines the continuing appeal of DeQuincey’s Confessions of an English Opium Eater.
William Wootten interviews ‘Past Masters’ Charles Osborne and Hugo Williams
Kiran Toor on the ‘Janus of the London’: Thomas Griffiths Wainewright, artist, writer, poisoner.
Matthew Scott revisits John Scott’s The London Magazine
‘Double Visions: on Art and Poetry’; a collaboration between The London Magazine and the Caroline Wiseman Gallery.
Peter Robinson looks at Bernard Spencer in The London Magazine
Jason Harding on ‘Lehmann’s London’
Ronald McGillicuddy Shaking hands with Othello: William Hazlitt, theatre critic of The London Magazine
Sam Solnick looks at the myths surrounding Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath
…and introducing our ‘Poets on Politics Column’: How Obama Swung it in the US Elections
Reviews by Richard Tyrone Jones, Eva Tucker and Nicholas Royle.

Roddy Lumsden, Two poems
Mahmoud Darwish, Two poems
Antony Rowland, Two poems
Clare Best, Partners

Alix Nathan, Missed

David Punter, Confessions of an English Opium Eater
William Wootten, Past Masters: an interview with Charles Osborne and Hugo Williams
Various Authors, Context Two: from 1962 to 2008
Matthew Scott, John Scott’s ‘The London Magazine’
Kiran Toor, ‘I’m not Peaches Geldof’: Annie Freud on Lucian Freud and the relationship between poetry and painting
Various Artist and Poets, Double Visions: Art and Poetry
Jason Harding, Lehmann’s London
Peter Robinson, Bernard Spencer in ‘The London Magazine’
Ronald McGillicuddy’ Shaking hands with Othello: William Hazlitt, theatre critic of ‘The London Magazine’
Kiran Toor, ‘Janus of The London’: Thomas Griffiths Wainewright, Artist, Writer, Poisoner
Sam Solnick, Morbid Myths: Ted and Sylvia
Poets on Politics: How Obama swung it at the US Elections

Richard Tyrone Jones on Julia Bird and Simon Armitage
Eva Tucker on Tobias Hill
Nicholas Royle on Béla Tarr, Wojciech Has and Nicholas Roeg
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