New Walk (magazine, 2010-2017)

Back issues available: send £6 per copy to, then message us at with your postal address and to specify which issue(s) you would like.

New Walk Editions grew out of New Walk magazine, which ran from 2010 to 2017. The magazines are big and beautiful, with excellent production values, serious and entertaining critical pieces, and some of the finest new poetry in the English language. Across fourteen issues, we published new work by many writers, new and established, including John Ashbery, Alice Oswald, J. M. Coetzee, Medbh McGuckian, Tom Pickard, Sujata Bhatt, Mark Ford, Christopher Reid, Michael Hofmann, and Sinéad Morrissey, as well as artwork, features, and reviews. They are now collectors’ items. All issues below are still available, unless marked otherwise – and (unlike our more recent publications) when they sell out, they will not be reprinted.


Issue 14 (Spring 2017)
Mark Ford, Caroline Maldonado, John Gallas, Carrie Etter, Anna Saunders, Evan Jones, Gina Wilson and others. An interview with Toby Martinez de las Rivas. John Lucas on C. K. Williams. And more!

Issue 13 (Autumn 3016)
New poems by Tom Pickard, Mary Noonan, John Greening, Zayneb Allak, Aly Stoneman, Stephen Knight, John Lucas, Alan Jenkins, Sue Dymoke and others. N.S. Thompson on B.H. Fairchild. Artwork by artists from the Leicester Print Workshop. And a lot more!

Issue 12 (Spring 2016)
New poems by Rebecca Goss, Kate Miller, William Bedford, Carrie Etter, Alan Baker and many more. A short story by Helen Mort. Rona Cran on O’Hara and Ginsberg. David Wheatley on Ezra Pound. Interview with Dimitris Lyacos. Artwork by David Corbett and others.

Issue 11 (Autumn 2015)
New poems by Gustav Sack (trans. Peter J. King), Anna Saunders, D. A. Prince, Kate Miller, Ian Parks, Judith Willson, and others. ‘How do you feel now about your first collection?’ feature, with Moniza Alvi, Mark Ford, Don Share, Michael Schmidt, Tom Pickard, Melissa Lee-Houghton, John Clegg and Alison Brackenbury. John Lucas on syllabics. N. S. Thompson on Adrian Henri. Artwork from the Damaged Landscape competition. And lots more!

Issue 10 (Spring 2015)
Isabel Bermudez, Nicholas Murray, Matthew Sweeney, Lisa Kelly, Carol Rumens, John Greening, etc. Grevel Lindop on W.D. Snodgrass. Feature on ‘the perils of being a poetry reviewer’ with Clare Pollard, Jeremy Noel-Tod, William Logan, and others.

Issue 9 (Autumn 2014)
Peter Daniels, Kathryn Daszkiewicz, Claire Crowther, Robert Etty, Anthony Rowland, Anthony Caleshu, etc. Articles on R.S. Thomas by David Whiting and Elizabeth Bishop by Tony Roberts. Dispatches from New Zealand and New York.

Issue 8 (Spring 2014)
New poems by Fiona Moore, David Wheatley, Gregory Woods, Peter Rawlings, Jo Dixon etc. Neil Corcoran on the poets of the 1930s, N.S. Thompson on regional anthologies, and much more.

Issue 7 (Autumn 2013) SOLD OUT!
John Ashbery, Sujata Bhatt, Carole Satyamurti, Daljit Nagra, John McAuliffe, Carrie Etter, etc. Jordan Wise interviews Li-Young Lee. Mark Ford on Hart Crane and Samuel Greenberg. Ian Parks on Chartist poetry. Tony Roberts on Randall Jarrell. Images by Kate Giles.

Issue 6 (Spring 2013)
Sasha Dugdale, Christopher Reid, Matthew Welton, Daryl Hine and many others. Tony Roberts on Robert Lowell. Nikolai Duffy on Rosmarie Waldrop. Images by Sarah Kirby, fiction from Jonathan Taylor, and a whole lot more.

Issue 5 (Autumn 2012) SOLD OUT!
Sinead Morrissey, Sheenagh Pugh, R. S. Gwynn, Richard Robbins, Alison Brackenbury, etc. Will Cordeiro on Mark Strand. Sophie Mayer, Jane Yeh and Kate Clanchy in conversation, etc.

Issue 4 (Spring 2012)
Carol Rumens, Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch, Ian Parks, Sarah Jackson, Evan Jones, Julith Jedamus, Chris Preddle, Clive Watkins and many others.

Issue 3 (Autumn 2011)
New poems by Patrick McGuinness, Medbh McGuckian, Tim Dooley, Andrew McNeillie, Rose Kelleher, Michael Hofmann, David Mason, Abegail Morley, Mary Jolley and many others.

Issue 2 (Spring 2011)
New poems by Alice Oswald, William Logan, J.M. Coetzee, Carrie Etter, Iain Bamforth, Helen Tookey, Martin Stannard, Martyn Crucefix and others.

Issue 1 (Autumn 2010) SOLD OUT!
Leontia Flynn, Mark Ford, Andrew Motion, Tom Leonard, Alison Brackenbury, Timothy Murphy, David Mason, Gwyneth Lewis and others.