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Boat Magazine: The Many Sides Of London Life

Don’t be put off by the name, land lubbers. Boat Magazine has nothing to do with boats. It’s a bi-annual publication that moves to a different “complicated city” for each issue. After covering Sarajevo and Detroit, Boat Magazine now moors up in London, with over 100 pages about the capital. So what do you get for your £8? For starters, some thoughtful essays by the likes of Nick Hornby and Jon Ronson.
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