London Review of Books


London Review of Books

La London Review of Books (también conocida como LRB) es una revista literaria y política británica de periocidad quincenal.

La LRB fue fundada en 1979 luego de un año fuera de The Times. Su fundador fue el editor Karl Miller, entonces profesor de Inglés en la University College de Londres, Mary-Kay Wilmers, ex editora en el suplemento de literatura de The Times y Susannah Clapp, ex editora en Jonathan Cape. En sus primeros seis meses parecía periódicamente como una sección en el New York Review of Books . En mayo de 1980, London Review se convirtió en una publicación independiente con una orientación editorial autodescrita como "constantemente radical".[1]

La actual editora es Mary-Kay Wilmers. La tirada media por ejemplar para el período comprendido entre enero de 2005 y diciembre de 2005 era de 43.469.[2]

Referencias

  1. "The LRB has maintained a consistently radical stance on politics and social affairs", Alan Bennett, julio de 1996, en el prólogo a London Review of Books: An Anthology, Verso, 1996. ISBN 1-85984-860-5
  2. Media info on LRB website [1]

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