New Walk – pamphlets and magazines
New Walk will turn to pamphlets from October 2017 – publishing 4 new and established poets a year, 2 each autumn and spring. Subscribers will get these pamphlets in place of the magazine, to which we may return in future. The last magazine – for the time being – will be issue 14, due in April.
We welcome submissions for the pamphlet series. Submit a full typescript of 12-20 pages of poems to the above email address, as a Word document. Your email should include a bio note and postal address. Replies will be sent within 2 months if we are interested in publishing your work.
We spent 7 years as a quality international print journal for poetry and the arts, published each spring and autumn, full of poetry, art, fiction, interviews, articles, reviews and more, all in a big and beautiful format. The magazine was founded in 2010, and in our shortish life we published John Ashbery, Alice Oswald, Sinead Morrissey, David Wheatley, Christopher Reid, J.M. Coetzee, Sujata Bhatt, Tom Leonard, Andrew Motion, Mark Ford, Tom Pickard, Leontia Flynn, Alison Brackenbury, William Logan, Alan Jenkins, Medbh McGuckian and many others.
We welcome subscriptions: www.newwalkmagazine.bigcartel.com.
REVIEW COPIES are not currently being sought.
The magazine review(ed) as many books as possible, from a wide range of publishers in the UK and overseas, but needless to say we do (did) not guarantee a review.
Rory Waterman – General editor
Rory has a BA and PhD from the University of Leicester, and an MA from Durham, all in English. He is Senior Lecturer in English at Nottingham Trent University, where he leads the MA Creative Writing. His first poetry collection is Tonight the Summer’s Over (Carcanet, 2013), a PBS Recommendation. He writes regularly for the TLS and other publications, and has also written two books on twentieth-century poetry. Visit www.rorywaterman.com.
Nick Everett – General editor
Nick studied English at Oxford University and at Yale University, and is Senior Lecturer in English and American Studies at the University of Leicester, where he is a founder of the Centre for New Writing. He has published widely on contemporary British and American poetry, and on creative writing as a subject for university study.
Libby Peake – Fiction editor
Libby has a BA in English from McGill University in Montreal, and an MA in English Studies from Durham University. She is a full-time editor for Resource Media, Bristol, and edits Resource magazine. She also edits Green World, the official magazine of the Green Party of England and Wales.