Pen Pusher

Pen Pusher

Infobox Magazine
title = Pen Pusher Magazine


image_size = 100px
paid_circulation =
unpaid_circulation =
total_circulation =
frequency = quarterly
language = English
category = reviews, short fiction, poetry
editor = Anna Goodall and Felicity Cloake
editor_title = Editors
firstdate = April 2006
country = London, England
website = [http://www.penpushermagazine.co.uk/ Pen Pusher Magazine]
issn = 1755-4888

"Pen Pusher" is a free London-based literary quarterly containing features, original short fiction and poetry, reviews, columns, literary facts and curiosities.

Founded in January 2006 by Anna Goodall, Felicity Cloake and Hape Mueller, the first issue was published in April 2006. The magazine can currently be picked up in independent bookshops in London.

The magazine's office is in Myddelton Square, London.

The Kaiser Chiefs' front man, Ricky Wilson, designed the magazine's distinctive emblem and was rewarded for his pains with the gift of an antique whistle as "Pen Pusher"'s usual gift of thanks - a wheel of cheese - was unsuitable due to his dairy aversion.

"Pen Pusher" provides a platform for new writing talent and welcomes submissions of reviews, features, short fiction and poetry.

External links

* [http://www.penpushermagazine.co.uk/ "Pen Pusher Magazine" website]


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