About

New Walk - 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 short life we have published John Ashbery, Alice Oswald, Sinead Morrissey, David Wheatley, Christopher Reid, J.M. Coetzee, Sujata Bhatt, Tom Leonard, Andrew Motion, Mark Ford, Timothy Murphy, Leontia Flynn, Alison Brackenbury, William Logan, Rob Mackenzie, Matt Merritt, Alan Jenkins, Medbh McGuckian and many others.

We welcome subscriptions: www.newwalkmagazine.bigcartel.com.

We also welcome submissions (in the body of an email in the first instance, please) to newwalkmagazine [at] gmail [dot] com. Allow two months for a reply. Send no more than six poems or 6,000 words of fiction. We generally commission articles, but do feel welcome to offer something. Needless to say, it is a good idea to buy and read the magazine before submitting work.

REVIEW COPIES should be sent to New Walk, c/o Rory Waterman, English Department, Floor 3, Mary Ann Evans Building, Nottingham Trent University, Clifton Lane, Nottingham NG11 8NS England. We review as many books as possible, from a wide range of publishers in the UK and overseas, but needless to say we do not guarantee a review. We tend only to review poetry books, and sometimes poetry pamphlets. We’ll only return books we don’t want if you provide an SAE with sufficient postage.

EDITORS

Rory Waterman – General editor, second-rate finger-waving sub-designer
Rory has a BA and PhD from the University of Leicester, and an MA from Durham, all in English literature. He is Lecturer in English and Creative Writing at Nottingham Trent University, where he leads the MA in Creative Writing. His first poetry collection is Tonight the Summer’s Over (Carcanet, 2013), a PBS Recommendation shortlisted for the Seamus Heaney Prize. He writes regularly for the TLS and other publications, and his literary criticism includes Belonging and Estrangement in the Poetry of Philip Larkin, R. S. Thomas and Charles Causley (Ashgate, 2014). 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. He has published widely on contemporary British and American poetry, and on creative writing as a subject for university study.

Libby Peake – Fiction editor, designer in chief
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.

 

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