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Iceland Review

Iceland Review
2006 cover for the Design Issue.
Editor Páll Stefánsson
Staff writers Currently freelance only
Categories Icelandic Culture, Politics, Social issues
Frequency 5 per year
First issue August, 1963
Company Heimur Útgáfufélag hf.
Country Iceland
Language English
Website icelandreview.com
ISSN 0019-1094

Iceland Review is the oldest English-language magazine about Iceland. Since 2009, the online version is also offered in German. It publishes reportage on Icelandic society, politics, pop culture, music, art, literature, current events, as well as interviews with notable Icelanders, articles on traveling in Iceland, and photo essays on Iceland. Almost all photography in the magazine is attributed to Páll Stefánsson, the magazine’s editor. The magazine is published five times a year.

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  • Iceland Review's website
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