‘Granta for the Facebook generation’

Succour magazine has received a generous write-up in Time Out.

The article, ‘High Art and Low Life in the Capital Since 1968,’ is not online but such is my vanity that I am just going to copy out the relevant text.

Newer and with only a slightly narrower focus (it doesn’t publish reviews) Succour is a twice-yearly magazine published in London. Regional editors based in Manchester, Exeter, Brighton and Dublin attract contributors from outside the M25. The magazine features a mixture of new writers and more established authors contributing short stories, poetry and art. Themed issues, clean design and overall quality suggest a Granta for the Facebook generation. The ‘Animals’ issue, for instance, provides a home for everything from humble mutts to ‘the Kraken’, via hares, moths, pigs, a black tiger and flocks of birds.


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