New Humanist magazine is one of the world's oldest continuously published magazines (starting life as The Literary Review in 1885). During that time New Humanist has distinguished itself as a world leader in supporting and promoting humanism and rational inquiry and opposing religious dogma, irrationalism and bunkum wherever it is found. A list of contributors includes great figures from past and present from HG Wells to Richard Dawkins, Eric Hobsbawm to Phillip Pullman, Polly Toynbee to Christopher Hitchens, Eileen Barker to Amartya Sen. The current editorial board includes broadcaster Laurie Taylor and Dean of Arts and Media at Westminster University Sally Feldman. In addition the New Humanist website features daily updates and a lively weblog. New Humanist is published bi-monthly by the Rationalist Press Association, which also publishes books, the two most recent are: Humanism Today by Jim Herrick and A History of the RPA by Bill Cooke.