Who even are we?
The South London Review of Hand Dyers is the UK’s pre-eminent zine for dry humour. Published quarterly and clocking in at 24 pages, the SLRoHD is a metaphorical shed where the leading lights of hand dryer criticism are forced to fight one another using similes and very sharp commas.
In an age of first world terror we need first rate writing. The SLRoHD remains the biggest and hottest potato in the contemporary literary potato sack. We are celebrated for always being independent, impartial and impractical. Alongside reviews of hand dryers each issue contains short stories, poetry, spelling mistakes, original artwork, definitive answers and personal ads.
We're here for a long time, not a good time.
Volume 1 Number 1 World-Wettest Summer 2020
Volume 1 Number 3 Worldwidening Winter 2019
The official SLR Tea Towel
The Next Generation of SLRoHD T-Shirts
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Issue 1 of the South London Review of Hand Dryers
Issue 2 of the South London Review of Hand Dryers
Issue 3 of the South London Review of Hand Dryers
Jeremy Leslie asks Wedge to review his typical working weekMag Culture — At work with: Wedgley Snipes, South London Review of Hand Dryers
Co-founder David Lane joins Jeremy Leslie and discuss our incredible writing staffersThe magCulture Podcast - #17 January 2020
SLR Shortlisted for 'Best Original Fiction' at the 2019 Stack Magazines awardsStack Awards
Sir James has likely said "I've never seen anything better than the SLRoHD."But here's the Dyson Airblade 9KJ
Steve from Stack Magazines invites Wedgely Snipes to discuss creativityStack Magazines Podcast
The Wedgely Snipes Interview with It's Nice ThatIt's nice that.
Jeremy Leslie and Liv Siddall discuss the irreverence of the SLRThe magCulture Podcast - #9 April 2019
View the SLR Covers on Cover JunkieCover Junkie
Shortlisted for "Best Compilation Zine" at the Broken Pencil Awards 20192019 Broken Pencil Awards