Bibliography: Periodicals (N)

A list of all periodicals referenced in EOFFTV beginning with the letter “N”.

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A British fanzine edited by Andy Black than ran to 7 issues between 1993 and 1995. It was unusual for adopting a more academic approach than other fanzines of the period. The name lived on in a series of books published between 2000 and 2007.

New Musical Express
A British weekly music magazine (initially published in newspaper format) published from 1952 to 2018. In September 2015, following years of falling sales, it became a free publication and the print version came to an end in March 2018 though the online version continues. Often abbreviated to NME, it chiefly covered music – it was one of the first British publications to champion punk in the late 1970s and was at the vanguard of the “Britpop” scene of the 1990s – but carried a regular film review column and sometimes ran interviews with film-makers. [website]

The New Statesman
A British weekly review of politics and culture founded in 1913 and still published today. Perceived to be left leaning and progressive in its outlook, it has endured despite many crises in funding and ownership (earning it the nickname “The Staggers” as it staggered from one potential disaster to the next) and in the 2010s enjoyed something of a resurgence in fortunes. As well as politics it also carries film and television reviews.

The New Yorker
An American magazine published weekly (more recently 47 times a year) by Condé Nast. As well as news reports it also carries film reviews.