Aspects of History is a new magazine and website dedicated to profiling historical writers and their work.

Published bi-monthly, the magazine will feature articles, interviews, short stories and book reviews by established and debut authors alike.

As well as being available to download online through our website, Aspects of History will be published as a Kindle and print edition, available through Amazon.

A selection of some of our books for sale. Click here for the full list

Alfred the Great –
The Wreck of the Whaleship Essex
The Early Life of Abraham Lincoln
The Unpopular King: The Life and Times of King Richard III

“I feel honoured to be in the first issue of a great new project.”

Ben Macintyre

Issue 2

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Our third issue also includes pieces on The Great Plague of London, The Partition of Ireland in 1921, Spain in the 20th century and the South Sea Bubble.

If you would like to submit an article, blog post, short story or book to be reviewed on the website or in our magazine, please contact us at:

 We have closed submissions for our second issue, but are currently commissioning content for 2021. We recommend that you read our first issue, available here, to get a sense of what we are looking for. You can also read our journal edition, available from Amazon. Please send a few lines of synopsis for any prospective piece when submitting.

Similarly, should you be interested in arranging an Author Platform on our site, please do get in touch.  Author platforms allow writers to promote their work through interviews, articles, blog posts and other means in an ongoing way.

Our fourth issue is out 15th June, featuring pieces by Max Hastings, Paul Cartledge, and Catherine Ostler.




Confessions of a King

Confessions of a King

The death of Edward the Confessor, the last Anglo-Saxon king, prompted the Norman invasion and a turning point in English history. But who was King Edward? We interviewed the author of a new biography.

David Woodman

Short Stories…

Book Reviews…