The first issue of Index on Censorship magazine appeared in 1972. Since then, some of the greatest names in literature and academia have written for the magazine, including Nadine Gordimer, Mario Vargas Llosa, Amartya Sen, Samuel Beckett, as well as Arthur Miller and Harold Pinter. The magazine continues to attract great writers, passionate arguments, and expose chilling stories of censorship and violence. Read more about the magazine’s history.
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Each quarterly magazine is filled with reports, analysis, photography and creative writing from around the world. Index on Censorship magazine is published four times a year by Sage, and is available in print, online and mobile/tablets (iPhone/iPad, Android, Kindle Fire). The magazine is also on sale at bookshops around the UK including BFI, magCulture, Housmans and Serpentine Galleries in London, and at Red Lion Books, Colchester, News From Nowhere, Liverpool, and HOME, Manchester.
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