Welcome to the Bristol Review of Books
Welcome to Bristol’s first books-and-arts magazine. The Bristol Review of Books brings you the best in local publishing, with incisive reviews, comment, interviews and new poetry and fiction.
Features in issues 1 and 2 have included Bristolese, the mysterious death of boy-poet Chatterton, the Romantic Movement, a survey of local football books, Beginnings of the Bristol Beat, Stanley Spencer in Bristol, the W H Smith ban on Bristol publishers, E H Young, the novelist who chronicled Clifton in the 1920s and 1930s, an interview with novelist and poet Philip Gross, and much more.
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Bristol Review of Books, published four times a year, is free from local bookshops, libraries and arts venues across the city. Subscribers (at £12.50) have the magazine delivered to their door and qualify for a 25 per cent discount off any books published by local publishers in the Bristol Books & Publishers consortium.
Books of local interest, family guides, sport, art, crime fiction, travel, creative studies, cinema, poetry and much, much more, all available at the generous discount. Visit the website site www.bristolpublishers.co.uk to view the range of books available.
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