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The magazine is published six times a year in Bath, England, and is mailed to fans of Jane Austen and the Georgian/Regency era worldwide.


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Christmas issue now published

108.046 JARW 72 COVER.indd The November/December edition of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine is now published, bringing you up to date with all the latest news, views and information from the world of Jane Austen. In it you can read about:
  • Shopping with Jane Austen – plus our exclusive Christmas gift guide for the Austen fan in your life
  • Caroline Knight recalls her childhood at Chawton and introduces the Jane Austen Literacy Foundation
  • Damp houses caused misery in Jane Austen’s family
  • Elizabeth Inchbald, the novelist whose work is central to Mansfield Park
  • Did Jane Austen include lesbian subtexts in her novels?
  • Shakespeare’s influence on Jane Austen’s writing
Subscribe today to Jane Austen’s Regency World, the full-colour, must-read, glossy magazine for fans of the world’s favourite author – delivered to your doorstep every two months direct from Bath, England.Plus reports from Austen societies in the UK, US and Australia; news, letters, book reviews, quiz and much, much more!

September/October issue now published

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The September/October (No 71)  issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine is now on sale. In it you can read:

  • Scotland and Austen: as the Scots prepare to vote on independence, what did Jane make of life north of the Border?
  • Mr Turner: the great new film about the artist who was a contemporary of Jane Austen
  • William Hogarth and his influence on Jane Austen
  • How one Jane Austen fan came to fall in love with Mansfield Park
  • when and how was it acceptable to marry a first cousin in Georgian times?
  • North American Janeites prepare to gather for their AGM in Montréal

… as well as the latest News, Letters, our astonishing Regency Rogue, Austen quiz, news from Austen societies around the world and book reviews.

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July/August issue out now

JARW 70The July/August issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine is now on sale. In it you can read:

  • our exclusive preview of this year’s Jane Austen Festival in Bath
  • Philip Astley’s circus was a fun day out for Jane Austen and her family
  • the tale of how Philadelphia Austen, Jane’s aunt, went husband-hunting in India
  • could Edward Taylor, from Bifron’s have captured Jane Austen’s heart?
  • how the abolitionist movement is referred to in Mansfield Park
  • Margaret Meen, botanical artist by royal appointment

… as well as the latest News, Letters, our astonishing Regency Rogue, Austen quiz, news from Austen societies around the world and book reviews.

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May/June issue of JARW is out now

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The May/June issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine is now on sale. In it you can read:

  • our exclusive interview with Deirdre Le Faye, doyenne of the Austen world, about her career as a Janeite and her new book
  • Belle, the new film about Lord Mansfield’s great-niece, is out soon
  • could an eminent harpist have discovered Jane ‘s piano tuning key?
  • Glorious Godmersham: a visit to the home of Edward Austen Knight
  • Adlestrop, the village that influenced both Jane and a poet
  • how Georgian England was fascinated by spiritualism and the supernatural

… as well as the latest News, Letters, our astonishing Regency Rogue, Austen quiz, news from Austen societies around the world and book reviews.

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New issue of JARW on sale

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The March/April issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine is now on sale. In it you can read about:

  • William Beckford, the remarkable author and architect who led a somewhat sordid life
  • Joanna Trollope on her rewriting of Sense & Sensibility for HarperCollins’s Austen Project
  • Mary Russell Mitford, the writer who sought to emulate Jane Austen
  • how Jane Austen supported her fellow writers by subscribing to their books
  • the story of Julie Klassen, marketing assistant turned best-selling Regency romance novelist

… as well as the latest News, Letters, our astonishing Regency Rogue, Austen quiz, news from Austen societies around the world and book reviews.

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Mansfield Park celebrated in new issue of JARW

JARW 67 coverThe January/February (No 67) issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine is published this week and features on the cover Chiwetel Ejiofor as Solomon Northup in the  new film 12 Years a Slave. Inside you can enjoy:

  • celebrating the bicentenary of the publication of Mansfield Park
  • how Jane Austen’s third novel tackled the issue of slavery
  • sympathy and advice for Mary Crawford
  • the scandal of being caught up in a breach of promise of marriage case
  • why Jane Austen preferred the Navy over the Army
  • introducing the Jane Austen Club of Moscow

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New issue of JARW magazine features Death Comes to Pemberley

The November/December issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine is published this week and features on the cover Matthew Rhys as Mr Darcy in the  BBC’s Christmas adaptation of P. D. James’s book Death Comes to Pemberley. Inside you can enjoy:

  • interviews and pictures from the recent  filming of P. D. James’s Death Comes to Pemberley
  • how the Pride & Prejudice bicentenary has drawn many new fans to Jane Austen’s work
  • the children in Jane Austen’s life, both real and fictional
  • raising a royal child in Georgian England
  • the Regency influence on style in New Zealand
  • Christmas time, Georgian style: a trawl through a classic text and gift suggestions for Janeites

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New issue of JARW – out now

Jane Austen's Regency World No 65The September/October edition of Jane Austen’s Regency World magazine (No 65) is out now and will be mailed to subscribers this week.

The latest issue is full of news, including: Austen on the £10 note; updates on the filming of Death Comes to Pemberley; the new curator at Jane Austen’s House Museum; and Cassandra’s Cup tea-shop for sale.

The main features include:

  • A preview of the Jane Austen Society of North America’s AGM in Minneapolis at the end of September
  • The puppetteers who are bringing Northanger Abbey to life
  • Welcome Prince George, a very Austen name for the new royal baby
  • A peek at day-to-day life in Jane Austen’s England
  • Reporting on the Battle of Trafalgar – plus Nelson’s funeral
  • The Georgian outdoor swimming pool in need of restoration
  • Remembering Fanny Burney and her sister, Sarah Harriet

… plus News, Letters, Book Reviews and updates from Jane Austen societies in the Netherlands, the US and the UK

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Darcy emerges from lake

Colin Firth’s lake scene from Pride & Prejudice has been brought to life again – with a giant statue positioned in a well-known lake.

The fibreglass sculpture of the actor’s head and torso stretches 12ft out of the water at The Serpentine in Hyde Park, Central London.

It has been built to mark the launch of Drama, a new British TV channel after the famous Darcy scene topped a recent poll to find the the most memorable moment in British TV drama.

The scene appeared in the 1995 BBC adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel, which was published 200 years ago. The image of Firth emerging dripping wet from the lake at Lyme Park in Cheshire caused a stir and turned the actor into a sex symbol. 

The model took a team of three sculptors more than two months to design, construct and paint. Toby Crowther, the lead sculptor, said: “The challenge for us was capturing the spirit of Darcy as handsome and noble but also aloof and proud.”

The sculpture will tour a number of locations before being installed in Lyme Park, where it will remain until February. (PA)

July/August issue out now

Jane Austen's Regency World 64The July/August issue of Jane Austen’s Regency World is being mailed this week to a record number of subscribers. It will also be live on the Magzter site for digital subscribers from July 1.

In the new issue you can read about:

  • Austenland: we speak to Jerusha Hess about her new film depicting one woman’s amazing hunt for her Mr Darcy
  • Read our exclusive preview of this year’s Jane Austen Festival in Bath
  • The Countess of Jersey, serial adultress and debauchee is this issue’s Regency Rogue
  • Letters from Jane: a look at Austen’s correspondence
  • Plump cheeks and thick ankles: Jane Austen used appearance to size up her characters
  • A social reformer and a place called Harmony: the tale of Robert Owen

Plus news from the Jane Austen societies in the UK and Australia, book reviews, all the latest news, quiz, and much, much more. To subscribe click here.

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