P. N. Review
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Launched as Poetry Nation, a twice-yearly hardback, in 1973, PN Review - now an A4 paperback - began quarterly publication in 1976 and has appeared six times a year since 1981 (PN Review 21). Two hundred and twenty-five issues of the magazine have now appeared, as of the September–October 2015 number.
Each issue includes an editorial, letters, news and notes, articles, interviews, features, poems, translations, and a substantial book review section. It is indexed by the Modern Language Association.
Poetry Nation was founded by Michael Schmidt and Professor Brian Cox at the Victoria University of Manchester. When it went quarterly, the title changed to PN Review and Cox and Schmidt were joined on the editorial board by Professor Donald Davie and C. H. Sisson. Brian Cox retired, followed some years later by Donald Davie and C.H. Sisson.
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