New on line literary review in UK
A new on line literary review will be available soon in UK
Review 31 is an online literary magazine focusing mainly on new academic titles and other serious non-fiction. It goes online this week at www.review31.co.uk
The contributors comprise a diverse mix of scholars and journalists.
They will be reviewing the pick of the latest titles in the humanities and social sciences, with a particular emphasis on politics, history, art and literature. Content is entirely free – no subscription required.
This month’s highlights: Ian Birchall reviews McKenzie Wark’s new book on the Situationists; Matt Hill reviews Ilan Pappe’s Forgotten Palestinians; Hugh O’Shaughnessy on the Vatican’s relationship with fascism; David Renton on Peter Ackroyd’s history of England; and more….
You can read the book review of Ilan Pappe, ‘Strangers in Their Own Home’ on this issue, telling the story of the forgotten Palestinians.