London: E. Archer, 1925-1927
The period covered by Arts:Search is 1925- 1927. Available soon.
The New Coterie was the successor of Coterie (1919-
1921) and was identical in its format, and similar in
its contents. It consisted of six issues published
between November 1925 and summer 1927. It is
unclear who the editor was. It is thought that it may
have been Russell Green who edited the last issue of
Coterie. The front cover of each issue of The New
Coterie was designed by William Roberts. Other
artists whose work is reproduced in The New
Coterie included Augustus John, William
Rothenstein, Jean de Bosschère, Pearl Binder, Jacob
Kramer, Karel Capek, Richard Wyndham, Nina
Hamnett, Sidney Hunt, Bernard Meninsky, T.F.
Powys, Frank Dobson, Eric Kennington, Cecil
Salkeld, Stanley Spencer, and George William Bissill.
Literary contributors included Nancy Cunard, Aldus
Huxley, T.F. Powys, Rhys Davies, Liam O’Flaherty,
D.H. Lawrence, Louis Golding, Karel Capek, and
See: Andrew Thacker. Aftrrmath of War: Coterie (1919-21), New Coterie (1925-7), Robert Graves and The Owl
(1919-23) in The Oxford Critical and Cultural History of Modernist Magazines. Volume 1: Britain and Ireland
1880-1955, edited by Peter Brooker and Andrew Thacker. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009 pp.462-484