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Numbers was a literary magazine published twice a year in Cambridge, England, between 1986 and 1990. Six issues of the magazine appeared, of which the last was a double issue to celebrate the ninetieth birthday of the American poet and novelist Janet Lewis. Issue 4 was a celebration of the Portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa.
Each issue contained an editorial, poems, translations and prose by poets.
Notable contributors to the magazine included:
- Tim Love (10 February 2012). "England's literary magazines, 1985-2012". Retrieved 11 January 2013.
- Numbers, volumes I to IV, Cambridge, 1986 to 1989, ISSN 0950-2858.
- Piette, Adam; Price, Katy, eds. (2007). The Salt Companion to Peter Robinson. Salt Publishing. ISBN 1844712443.
- Alison Blair-Underwood (2012). "Open account - A memoir: the Cambridge Poetry Festival". Blackbox Manifold, Issue 9: Peter Robinson at Sixty. Blackbox Manifold. Retrieved 7 January 2013.
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