TLM Blog

Authors United Have Picked the Wrong Fight by Holly Kinsella

By Holly Kinsella author of Just The Way You Are. I have read a few articles and spoken to a couple of people in the book trade ...

The Kremlin’s Tortured Relationship with the Truth by Roger Moorhouse

By Roger Moorhouse, author of The Wolf's Lair and The Devils' Alliance: Hitler's Pact with Stalin. Vladimir Putin's latest wheeze - the bizarre, half empty "humanitarian convoy" of nearly ...

The Winners of The London Magazine’s Poetry Competition 2014

We are excited to announce the winners of The London Magazine’s Poetry Competition 2014! First Prize:  The Journey by William Bedford Second Prize:  Green by Chris Woods Third ...

Truth and Memory at The Imperial War Museum by Richard Warburton

The walk from Waterloo station to The Imperial War Museum is one of London’s dreariest, second only to any perambulation taking in Lower Thames Street.  ...

TLM Book Club

Reviews on the latest books and old favourites by TLM team and guest writers...

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The Never List
The Summer Queen
Life after Life
Levels of Life
Bring up the bodies
Rachel Joyce
A Week in December by Sebastian Faulks
The Kingmakers Daughter
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