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The magazine aims to give detailed coverage of theatre, fiction, and poetry, while also serving as a platform for new writing in all genres. Raine has described its editorial policy as to "publish anything we like. The result is a magazine catholic in its taste The purpose of any literary magazine is the correction of taste, the creation of mischief and entertainment—and the discovery of new writers.
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Members of Craig Raine's immediate family such as his wife Ann Pasternak Slater  and children Moses  and Nina Raine  have also been frequent contributors. One of the publication's defining features is "Our Bold", in which the editorial team takes sloppy critics to task.
An index of "Our Bold" from issues 1—34 appears in issue 35, Autumn The magazine prides itself on high editorial standards and on close and accurate reading where others appear to have read superficially. Unashamedly nostalgic for the informed critical discourse of magazines such as the Paris Review , it is strongly associated with New College, Oxford , where its editorial offices are.
The journal's trademark feather, or quill , which adorns its cover was created by the British artist Mark Alexander.