Aspects of History is a new magazine and website dedicated to profiling historical writers and their work.
Published bi-monthly, the magazine will feature articles, interviews, short stories and book reviews by established and debut authors alike.
As well as being available to download online through our website, Aspects of History will be published as a Kindle and print edition, available through Amazon.
Books of the year
“I feel honoured to be in the first issue of a great new project.”
We have closed submissions for our second issue, but are currently commissioning content for 2021. We recommend that you read our first issue, available here, to get a sense of what we are looking for. You can also read our journal edition, available from Amazon. Please send a few lines of synopsis for any prospective piece when submitting.
Similarly, should you be interested in arranging an Author Platform on our site, please do get in touch. Author platforms allow writers to promote their work through interviews, articles, blog posts and other means in an ongoing way.
We have also just revealed the content for our third issue in April, featuring pieces by Saul David, Katherine Pangonis, Katja Hoyer and Kate Mosse.
The interview in 2012 that inspired the new biography of George Blake, the Soviet mole in MI6.
Feminism and National Service.
Bonnie Prince Charlie has not been portrayed correctly, as a new biography argues.
The two novelists of the 17th century chat about Miranda's debut novel, and historical fiction.
The two novelists of the Viking Age chat about Angus' latest novel, and historical fiction.
The author of The White Ship talks to us about his writing career.
Murder mystery from Steven Veerapen during the reign of Henry VIII.
London, Christmas in 1892, and Detective Inspector George Bowman investigates bloody murder.
The short story that gave M.J.Porter the characters of Coelwulf and Pybba from her novel, The Last King.