London Review of Books. 21 March 2013. Cover: Cressida Bell.

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London Review of Books. 9 May 2013. Cover: Cressida Bell.

Old news … the London Review of Books is no longer top of young people’s reading lists as other literary magazines embrace technology. Photograph: Graham Turner


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Peter Campbell, who died this week, was the resident designer and art critic for the London Review of Books. As well as being its most prolific contributor, he also produced the glorious cover illustrations that so distinguished the magazine. Take a look through our gallery of some of his best work


The London Review of Books is a publication known mainly for publishing literary and intellectual essays in English. Included in the magazine are book reviews and essays on various intellectual and academic topics, shorter art and film reviews, and a section for poems and letters from readers.The London Review of Books is known well for publishing book reviews and essays on various intellectual and academic topics. The magazines reviewers focus on contemporary works as well as new editions of older material, like one new collection of works by D.H. Lawrence reviewed in May 2014. Essayists for the magazine deal in their writing with anything from geopolitical events to academic and literary debates, which often include the opinions of readers as put forth in their letters.The London Review of Books is a publication known mainly for publishing literary and intellectual essays in English. Included in the magazine are book reviews and essays on various intellectual and academic topics, shorter art and film reviews, and a section for poems and letters from readers.Each issue of the London Review of Books contains shorter art and film reviews. The magazines editors search tirelessly for exhibits and films they think are worth sharing with readers.