Gangrel (magazine)

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Gangrel was a short-lived literary magazine published in the United Kingdom. It was edited by J. B. Pick and Charles Neill.

Running to a total of four issues, it included articles by Alfred Perles, Henry Miller, Robert Simpson, Neil M. Gunn, Rayner Heppenstall and George Orwell, as well as poems by Lawrence Durrell, R. S. Thomas, James Kirkup and Kenneth Patchen.

Orwell's famous essay "Why I Write" appeared in the last issue (Summer 1946).[1][2]


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