A Treasury of Back Issues
It may have escaped your attention over the last fast-paced year or so that each issue of the Inner Circle Writers’ Magazine is available as a back issue.
Just go here and scroll down to find the individual links for any issue that you may have missed:
Of course, if you’re a subscriber, you are entitled to each issue from the point at which you subscribed — just let me know if you want any issue that you may have missed.
Yes, the back issues are more expensive — they cost the princely sum of £4.00, as opposed to the £2.00 they cost when released (even less if you subscribe). But that’s still a minuscule amount to pay for the vast amount of quality each issue contains.
Here’s a summary of what’s inside each issue, though of course every single edition contains more than I can easily list:
Issue # 1 (March 2019)
FICTION from Warren Alexander, Gary Bonn, Samantha Hamilton, Copper Rose, David Bowmore, Mark Kodama, Jill Kiesow and Steve Carr, as well as poetry from Shawn Klimek.
INTERVIEWS AND SNAPSHOTS with Steve Carr telling us about his life and career; plus John Green, Carmen Baca, Melinda Newmin and Justin Wiggins.
EXPERT ADVICE, ANALYSIS, ARTWORK, THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH by William Shakespeare, adapted by Grant P. Hudson - the first part of an ongoing comic strip presentation of this classic tale, THE G. P. HUDSON ART STUDIO presents a portrait of J. R. R. Tolkien, ARTICLES, REVIEWS, CONTESTS AND GAMES, NEWS, FREE GIFTS FOR EVERY READER, A SPECIAL SUBSCRIBERS’ PACKAGE OFFER and much more.
Issue # 2 (April 2019)
FICTION from David Bowmore, Gabriella Balcom, Peter Astle, William Masters, P. A. O'Neil, Jan McCulloch AND Part One of one of the greatest short stories ever written: The Machine Stops by E. M. Forster.
INTERVIEWS AND SNAPSHOTS with Rich Rurshell interviewing Kate McCoid, and the special first edition of a feature you won't want to miss called Desert Island Books with this month's guest, David Bowmore.
THE GREAT CLARENDON HOUSE WRITING CHALLENGE
EXPERT ADVICE, ANALYSIS, ARTWORK, THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH, THE G. P. HUDSON ART STUDIO, ARTICLES, REVIEWS, CONTESTS AND GAMES, NEWS, FREE GIFTS FOR EVERY READER, A SPECIAL SUBSCRIBERS’ PACKAGE OFFER and much more.
Issue # 3 (May 2019)
FICTION from David Bowmore, Alexander Marshall, Marlon Hayes, Rich Rurshell, Julie C. Eger and poetry from Jay Mehta PLUS Part Two of one of the greatest short stories ever written, THE MACHINE STOPS by E. M. Forster.
INTERVIEWS AND SNAPSHOTS, EXPERT ADVICE, ANALYSIS (BRIGHTON ROCK by Graham Greene), ARTWORK, THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH Part Three by William Shakespeare, adapted by Grant P. Hudson, THE G. P. HUDSON ART STUDIO presents a portrait of Geoffrey Bayldon as Catweazle, ARTICLES including A WINDOW INTO MIDDLE-EARTH: Gandalf the Fearful Part Two and A PERSONAL HISTORY OF COMICS plus much more.
The first ten contestants in THE GREAT CLARENDON HOUSE WRITING CHALLENGE WRITERS’ WORLD, SUBMISSIONS STATION with links to publishers who are accepting submissions right now!
You’ll also find FREE GIFTS FOR EVERY READER and a SPECIAL SUBSCRIBERS’ PACKAGE OFFER plus much more!
Issue # 4 (June 2019)
Inside the power-packed FOURTH issue:
•A candid interview with RIHAM ADLY (plus an article and story)
•News of a NEW Clarendon House Anthology: TEMPEST!
•The much-anticipated next stage in the GREAT CLARENDON HOUSE WRITING CHALLENGE with a challenge you can try at home too!
•The unmissable concluding parts to David Bowmore's The Affair of the Missing Tiara and E. M. Forster's The Machine Stops
•POETRY from Shawn Klimek and Mark Kodama
•DOZENS of submission opportunities
•Amazing artwork, enlightening articles, fabulous fiction and MUCH, MUCH MORE!
Issue # 5 (July 2019)
Inside the fun-filled FIFTH issue:
•BILL SWIGGS tells us the behind-the-scenes story of his book BLO