Bunbury Magazine is an arts and literature magazine, covering everything from writing in all forms and genres, to fine art, from music to stand up comedy and everything in between. Our ethos is ‘If you love it, we’ll love it’. We have had all kinds of submissions since we started and really enjoy seeing new faces come to us as well as welcoming back regular contributors time after time.

We operate the magazine on a Pay-What-You-Like basis. We know that sometimes, it can be difficult to afford £5 and we don’t think money should be a barrier to enjoying great arts and literature.

However, we want to expand the support network we are building for grass-roots creativity and this does mean money.  So what we are offering is if you pay £15 for any issue, we will send you a copy of The Bunbury Creative Anthology Vol. 1. Just email us on bunburymagazine@gmail.com when you have paid and we will get a copy in the post for you.

Our latest issue is the Fallout issue.  As well as some of the best writing and art from around the world, we also have an interview with Aaron Kent, from the superb Poetic Interviews.  Click the picture below to get The Fallout Issue on pay-what-you-want (though we do recommend a £3 donation. Small beans for something so lovingly put together!):

Here at Bunbury, we are absolutely committed to making the magazine as great and shiny sparkly for you all as possible. With this in mind, we want to get to know our reader a little better. While you are here, please take a few moments to complete our Readership Questionnaire. We are aiming for some grand improvements to what we can bring to you this year and we need your help. Thanks ever so, dear Bunburyists!

Readership Questionnaire 

Not had enough Bunbury yet? Below you can find some hand-picked-by-us past issues, crammed with wonderful content to keep you bewitched for hours.

Issue 17: #resist
Issue 15: Terra
Issue 14: Atmosphere
Issue 13: Space
Issue 12
Issue 12: Self

Or you can catch up with our entire back catalogue below:

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