Dandelion is a postgraduate arts journal and research network based at Birkbeck College London and funded by the AHRC. With a bi-annual publication rate and occasional themed issues, the journal gathers articles, reviews, features and creative content from postgraduate researchers and early career academics around the country.
Platform is a refereed electronic journal devoted to postgraduates, postdoctoral researchers, and entry-level academics in the fields of theatre and performing arts. Platform is run by postgraduates for postgraduates, and is based at the drama and theatre department of Royal Holloway, University of London.
The Oxonian Review
The Oxonian Review features essays and reviews of recently published work in literature, politics, history, science and the arts. It is published by graduate members of the University of Oxford, although it welcomes contributions from other University members and non-Oxford affiliates.
The Victorianist was begun by Alison Wood (King’s College) and Claire Wood (York) in February 2010; it hosts the postgraduate pages of the British Association for Victorian Studies (BAVS).
GLITS-e is an electronic journal of literary and cultural criticism produced in the Department of English & Comparative Literature, Goldsmiths, University of London.
Moveable Type publishes papers selected from the annual UCL English postgraduate conference. The journal also publishes selected reviews by postgraduate students worldwide.
Victorian Network is a new online journal dedicated to publishing and promoting the best postgraduate work in Victorian Studies. The journal is guest edited by established scholars in the field and peer-reviewed by other doctoral students.
Piled Higher & Deeper. Life (or the lack thereof) in Academia. A comic strip by Jorge Cham
English PEN is a registered charity, working to promote literature and human rights
Chroma was founded in 2004 by writer Shaun Levin to create a platform for international queer writing in the UK. Published twice a year, the journal promotes edgy, lyrical, and challenging prose, poetry and artwork by lesbian, gay, bi and trans writers and artists from around the world.
London Shakespeare Centre
The London Shakespeare Centre is based at King’s College London and promotes research and teaching in the area of Shakespeare and Early Modern Studies through partnerships with Globe Education and the British Library.
Royal Society of Literature
The aim of the Royal Society of Literature is to nurture, celebrate and defend Britain’s outstanding tradition of writing. They also provide King’s English students with exclusive access to a number of events, as well as the possibility of internships.
Based at Birkbeck College, 19 is an open-access, scholarly, refereed web journal dedicated to advancing interdisciplinary study in the long nineteenth century.
The Liars’ League
A monthly evening of short stories, held at a central London venue, on a loose theme set by the Liars’ League (all are welcome to submit), with the stories read by professional actors rather than the writers themselves.
A weekly literary journal.
Jacket magazine was founded by John Tranter in a rash moment in 1997, to showcase lively contemporary poetry and prose.
Strandlines is a flagship project from the Centre for Life-Writing Research, based in the English Department at King’s, in partnership with the Centre for e-Research, the Deparment of Geography and King’s College Archives.
The Page 99 Test
Read page 99 of a new book and, according to Ford Madox Ford, you’ll know whether you want to read the whole thing. A Guardian Online books blog puts the theory to the test.
The Centre for Humanities and Health, King’s College London
A blog run by the Centre for Humanities and Health based at KCL.
Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, founded in 2007, a decade after the handover, is the first Hong Kong-based English online literary journal; it is dedicated to publishing quality poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, reviews and photography & art from and about Asia. The journal is co-edited by Tammy Ho Lai-Ming (King’s College).
this is tomorrow
‘this is tomorrow’ is an online contemporary art magazine and archive. We provide those restricted by place or time with the chance to visit some of the most innovative and culturally significant exhibitions around the world.
An interdisciplinary journal about regions, places, and cultures of the American South and their global connections.