The Northern Review is an online culture and ideas magazine based on the premise that all culture should be taken seriously. We publish writing that is both detailed and wide-ranging, making no distinction between supposedly ‘high’ and ‘low’ culture. Based in North East England, The Northern Review provides reflective and critical coverage of the area’s culture, which is frequently overlooked by other media outlets. Yet although The Northern Review is based in and therefore has a slant towards the North East, its coverage is by no means restricted to this area. We welcome writing from anywhere and on any cultural topic, our only requirements being that it is interesting.
Editor: Hazel Rowland
Art: Sidrah Zubair
Books: Inès Boulaigue and Kaia Keyser
Dance: Kennedy Cassy
Diplomatics: Tom Spencer
Film: Daniel Gronow and Namrata Menon
Gaming: Josh McKinnon
Piece of Mind: Inès Lefebvre du Prey
Politics: Jessica Harpin
Pop culture: Eleanor Jane and Kat Menhennet
Society: Natasja Nicklinson
Theatre: Harriet Hewitt-Lee
We are looking for a new section editor for the Music section. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are are interested in this role. Please also get in contact to express interest in getting involved with the magazine in any way, even if a specific role is not being advertised. The Northern Review is run on an entirely voluntary basis, so we are unable to pay either our writers or editors.
Notes for editors/publicists
Send review and interview requests to the relevant section editor.