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London Review Bookshop's Screen at Home series returns

The London Review Bookshop has partnered with the MUBI streaming service for the broadcast of eight films to be accompanied by fortnightly conversations with writers. ... Read more

LRB sees subs and web traffic surge in lockdown

In April, the London Review of Books recorded its highest volume of website traffic since December 2015 and saw subscriptions rise by 70% year on year.... Read more

London Review of Books circulation up by 3.6%

The London Review of Books saw its circulation increase by 3.6% in 2019, marking its 20th year of consecutive growth. Read more

London Review of Books rounds off 40th anniversary

The London Review of Books has launched a new website, rounding off its 40th anniversary celebrations with a comprehensive overhaul of the paper’s online presence, with its archive freely... Read more

London Review of Books reveals plans for 40th anniversary celebrations

The London Review of Books will celebrate its 40th anniversary with a series of events and the first ever history of the publication, to be... Read more

Porter, Laing and Mackintosh on board as trade rallies behind Review Bookshop abortion rights fundraiser

The literary community has gathered behind a fundraiser at the Review Bookshop to support abortion rights with more than 80 prizes from authors including Max Porter and Olivia Laing,... Read more

Faber collection to celebrate LRB's 40-year anniversary

Faber & Faber will be publishing a collection of new material from the archives of the London Review of Books to celebrate the journal’s 40th anniversary in... Read more

LRB circulation up 2.5% 'thanks to paid subscribers'

Circulation at the London Review of Books has gone up by 2.5% in the past year thanks to an increase in paid subscribers, the magazine... Read more

LRB dedicates whole issue to Grenfell Tower tragedy

The latest issue of London Review of Books contains just one article for the first time in its history: a 60,000-word investigation into the Grenfell... Read more

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