Welcome to Magazine Heaven.

Magalleria stocks a vast range of high quality magazines sourced from the UK, US, Europe and around the world. Many of the magazines we sell are exclusive to us. We're based in Bath but you can browse and buy safely and securely right here with any credit card or via PayPal. If you can’t see what you’re looking for, please email us and we’ll see what we can do. We'll carefully package your order and post it to you within 48 hours. If you’re ordering from outside the UK we ask that you email your request to us first.

Please have a good look around. You'll find our blog below. You can read articles, interviews and reviews here, or go on to the Magalleria shop. You can find out a bit more about us on the Bath Store page. In any case, thanks for dropping by.

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We’re pleased to report that the fourth issue of the beautiful, engrossing and stylish The Skirt Chronicles has arrived at Magalleria.  Avowedly feminist in its course and decidedly French in tone, yes, but this a magazine that celebrates women's fashion for all women regardless of age, race and culture. The creation of a Paris-based trio of friends, the near pocket-sized The Skirt Chronicles takes in art, literature, cinema and many other elements to feel more like a cultural digest than a conventional fashion magazine. Do give it a try. BUY NOW 
We don’t believe there’s enough useful online information and discussion about magazines. The Magalleria blog provides opinion, reviews, interviews and a bit of news about what’s going on in print. We're also very keen to share the views of people of all ages, the fans who love and buy magazines, rather than just the views of magazine makers. 

Reviews

Counterpoint

The tactile quality of a magazine has always been a clincher for me. Counterpoint winked at me from across the shop, with its grey paper, neutral splash of blue and bolt of pink. It truly is a beautiful thing to behold and simply done, too, which I guess makes it all the more special. Such effortless aesthetic is often very hard to pull off.

By

Libby Borton

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Sketch Appeal

Never before has sketching had so much sass. Sketch Appeal is a freewheeling, straight-talking romp through creative expression through the simple act of drawing. There’s no need to fork out for bespoke paints or fancy brushes, this is where art is utterly accessible and, above all, welcoming. Here, the pen and pencil reign and they are mighty. Pick up your instrument of choice and dive in.

By

Libby Borton

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Make Muse

Here at Magalleria, there’s a magazine for everyone. And when it comes to women’s magazines, there’s probably more than one magazine for one person. There’s something for for female guitarists, for mothers, crafters, the whimsical and the academic. Make Muse has joined the ranks of our shelves as a societal standard smasher, covering wellness, education, entertainment, the body, community – and more.

By

Libby Borton

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Homesick

Such is my tumbling mind that I’m on a self imposed Reddit ban and limit my Youtubing to two videos a day. I always want to know more but I have to stop myself. I can read the IMDb trivia about a film I’ve just watched, but can’t allow myself any further searching, because link-click becomes link-click becomes link-click becomes 3am. Homesick is the result of the same restless – but importantly, productive – curiosity. 

By

Charlie Coombes

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Who's spreading the word?

The bar is very low when it comes to magazine marketing. There are a number of promotional agencies around, but I’m not sure what they do. No third party ever contacts us here at Magalleria to tell us about a new magazine, or hardly ever. Not like book marketing, where a staggering number of daily media stories can be traced to a blitz of publisher press releases pumped out to under-resourced newsrooms who eagerly snaffle and re-pedal them to you and me.

By

Daniel McCabe

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Bumble

Bumble came to us hand delivered in a soft swathe of white tissue paper, the shimmering green of the carapace of a Rose Chafer just glimmering through. This is what a magazine is meant to do: entice at first glance.

By

Libby Borton

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