|Assistant Editor||Samira Shackle|
|Publisher||The Rationalist Association|
|Year founded||1885 (under the name Watts's Literary Guide)|
The New Humanist has been in print for 131 years; starting out life as Watts's Literary Guide, founded by C. A. Watts in November 1885. It later became The Literary Guide and Rationalist Review (1894-1954), Humanist (1956-1971) and the New Humanist in 1972.
In 2003 Hazhir Teimourian, a reviewer for the magazine, quit over a controversial cartoon depicting Christ slumped in the arms of the Virgin Mary.
- "Ten reasons why you should read the relaunched New Humanist". Rationalist Association. 20 November 2013. Retrieved 21 November 2013.
- James Heartfield (28 October 2005). "Humanist Pupils: The Right Not To Pray". The Times Educational Supplement.
- "An extremely brief history of New Humanis". Retrieved 2 November 2013.
- Alex Johnson (9 February 2006). "Free speech no laughing matter in Britain". MSNBC.
- Sullivan, Alvin. (1983). British Literary Magazines: The Augustan age and the age of Johnson, 1698-1788. Greenwood Press. p. 198
- Phil Baty (9 September 2005). "Ignatieff Ducks Debate With Critics In Torture Row". The Times Higher Education Supplement.
- "Political Pundit Heads to Flintshire". Daily Post. 2 April 2010.
- Gavin Ross (13 September 2007). "Tom Cruises in all sizes No 3995". New Statesman.
- Andrew Pierce (25 April 2003). "Religious cartoon draws the anger of atheist writer". The Times.
- Caspar Melville (26 December 2009). "I've changed my mind about religion". Guardian Unlimited.
- "Meet the team". Rationalist Association. Retrieved 17 November 2013.