The London Review of Books

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London Review of Books (or LRB) is a fortnightly British literary magazine. The London Review was founded in 1979 by former editors of The Times Literary Supplement, during the year-long lock-out at The Times. For its first six months, it appeared as an insert in the New York Review of Books. In May 1980, the London Review became an independent publication with a distinctly radical editorial orientation.[1] The London Review's first editor was Karl Miller; the current editor is Mary-Kay Wilmers. The average circulation per issue for the period from January 2005 to December 2005 was ... More » (Source: Wikipedia)

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Media: Magazine
Audience: Small audience (10-100K) (English)
Scope: International
Political Viewpoint: Neutral viewpoint
Owners: Nicholas Spice | Managers: Mary-Kay Wilmers
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Edited By: Kaizar Campwala
Last Edit: Feb 5, 2007 - 11:14 PM PST
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Top Topics: World (16), U.S. (5), Middle East (5), Business (4), Israel (4), Palestinian Authority (3), Oil and Gas (2), Politics (2), Gaza (2), Human Rights (2), Sci/Tech (2), Iran (2), War (2), Foreign Policy (2), Iraq (1)...
Top Authors: Henry Siegman (3), Norman Dombey (1), Mahmood Mamdani (1), Seymour M Hersh (1), Malcolm Bull (1), Jim Holt (1), Adam Shatz (1), Sara Roy (1), Jenny Diski (1), Hilary Mantel (1), John Lanchester (1), Graham Usher (1), Hugh Miles (1), Tony Wood (1), Donald Mackenzie (1)
Top Formats: Special Report (8), Opinion (3), Review (2), Not Sure (1), Investigative Report (1), Editorial (1), Comment (1)
 

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5.0
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