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Bridge Newsletters, Magazines and E-Zines You Want to Know About

By Alex J. Coyne © 2017 for Great Bridge Links

Love keeping up-to-date on bridge news, tournament dates, player news and bidding tips? Check out our list of bridge newsletters, magazines, e-zines and mailing lists and add them to your library

Magazines

Bridge Magazine

http://bridgemagazine.co.uk/

Established in 1926 by A.E. Manning-Foster, Bridge Magazine (published in the UK) is arguably the oldest still-running publication on the game of bridge. Sign up for a free one-year subscription to this British monthly and there’s an offer for a free bridge magazine aimed at players under 25. Editor Mark Horton.

The Bridge World

http://www.bridgeworld.com/

Also one of the oldest bridge publications, TBW was established in 1929 by Ely Culbertson and continues to be one of the authoritative magazines on the game. Find their store here, order back issues or subscribe. The Bridge World Editorial Staff: Jeff Rubens, Phillip Alder, Kit Woolsey, Michael Becker, David Berkowitz, Augie Boehm, Bart Bramley, Larry Cohen, Mark Feldman, Fred Gitelman, Eddie Kantar, Danny Kleinman, Ron Klinger, Eric Kokish, Beverly Kraft and Bobby Wolff.

IMP Bridge Magazine

http://www.imp-bridge.nl/

IMP Bridge Magazine is aimed at Dutch bridge players, so we should note that the entire magazine is in Dutch.

Bridge Tidningen

http://www.bridgetidningen.com

The official magazine of bridge in Sweden and, yup, you guessed it: It’s in Swedish. (A tidningen, if you were wondering, is a newspaper.)

Australian Bridge Magazine

http://www.australianbridge.com/

Australian Bridge Magazine, published monthly, represents bridge players in Australia, though readers elsewhere will still get a lot out of their tournament coverage and columns. You can also subscribe to their Novice edition, aimed at newer players.

Better Bridge Magazine

http://www.betterbridge.com/Better-Bridge-Magazine-Annual-Subscription

Better Bridge Magazine is a bi-monthly fronted by seasoned bridge player and teacher Audrey Grant. A year-long subscription only runs you $29, so it’s more than worth it.

Mr Bridge

https://www.mrbridge.co.uk/

Mr Bridge is a UK monthly magazine and you can subscribe to it at £49 for 12 issues, £79 for 24 or £109 for 36. There’s also a bridge shop and searchable archive of past issues.

The Bridge Bulletin

http://www.acbl.org/join/the-bridge-bulletin/

The Bridge Bulletin is filled with useful tips, info and up-to-date news, though it’s only available to ACBL members.

English Bridge

http://www.ebu.co.uk/englishbridge

English Bridge is the official publication of the EBU, and also only available to EBU members. You can still view a list of past issues on the same page – only the newer issues seem restricted to members – so it’s still worth checking out even if you’re not a current member.

Newsletters

The IBPA Monthly Bulletin.

http://www.ibpa.com/html/the-bulletin.html

Edited by John Carruthers, the Bulletin is a “writers digest”, containing the creme de la creme of bridge hands and news around the world.  You can download a sample copy here

 

Barbara Seagram Bridge Newsletter

http://www.barbaraseagram.com/previous-barbara-seagram-bridge-newsletters.html

Another newsletter published by a seasoned and well-known bridge player, you can check out Barbara Seagram’s bridge newsletter over here. Subscribe to newer issues, or read through the archive – which goes back to 2012.

The Hong Kong Bridge Association

http://www.hkcba.org/newsletter.php

The official newsletter of the Hong Kong Bridge Association can be found here – again, you can sign up or browse through the archives instead.

The Bridge Laws Mailing List

http://lists.rtflb.org/mailman/listinfo/blml

Subscribe here (or view an archive of previous posts) to have the laws of bridge delivered straight to your inbox: This one doesn’t seem to be updated anymore, though it is still useful for anyone who needs to run over the rules.

No Fear Bridge

https://nofearbridge.co.uk/

No Fear Bridge is UK-based and seems mainly focused around teaching bridge: Still, they offer a newsletter you can subscribe to for free.

Bridge Hands eMagazine

https://www.bridgehands.com/Services/BridgeHands_eMagazine.htm

This link seems largely outdated and was last updated in 2013; according to the link, you can still subscribe to the Bridge Hands e-magazine, though your best bet is going over to the newsletter archive to check out past issues of this e-magazine.

Online Magazines

The World Youth Bridge Magazine

http://youth.worldbridge.org/

This is a new website established and managed by the World Bridge Federation and geared towards youth, junior and kids bridge players. It has a great offering of news, photos, interviews, stories and video.

Great Bridge Links

http://www.greatbridgelinks.com

You’re reading this article on Great Bridge Links! GBL has been online since 1995 and after its relaunch in 2015 has grown into a comprehensive magazine style bridge site with news, regular stories and articles by great writers, and over 3000 links to ‘all that’s bridge on the net’.

 

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