Nerve (magazine)

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Coordinates: 53°24′8.9″N 2°58′39.3″W / 53.402472°N 2.977583°W / 53.402472; -2.977583

Frequency Triannual
First issue  2003 (2003-Spring)
Country United Kingdom
Based in Liverpool
Language English

Nerve is a free magazine published by Catalyst Media (formerly Catalyst Creative Media) in Liverpool, North West England.[1] Combining features on social issues with artist profiles, it runs to 32 pages and is published about three times a year. The magazine has a broadly anti-capitalist stance.

Catalyst was set up by local activist and founding editor Darren Guy in early 2003, with the stated aim of 'promoting grassroots arts and culture on Merseyside'. When Guy moved on in autumn 2005, a co-operative editorial team of Adam Ford, Paul Hunt, Ritchie Hunter and Colin Serjent was brought together.


  1. ^ "Magazine that has the Nerve to be different". Liverpool Echo. 7 January 2008. Retrieved 23 February 2016. 

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