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Published every four weeks, it was edited by Cyril Connolly , who made it into a platform for a wide range of distinguished and emerging writers. It had a print run of issues   or 20 volumes.
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Connolly founded Horizon after T. Eliot ended The Criterion in January , with Peter Watson as its financial backer  and de facto art editor.
Connolly was editor throughout its publication and Stephen Spender was an uncredited associate editor until early The magazine had a small circulation of around 9,, but an impressive list of contributors, and it made a significant impact on the arts during and just after the war. Connolly issued an all-Irish number in , an all-Swiss number in and a U.
Paul Fussell praised Horizon as "one of the most civilized and civilizing of periodicals He described it as "Around 10, pages of exquisite poetry and prose and art reproductions, produced and read in the midst of the most discouraging and terrible destruction Waugh was less positive, telling Connolly that he heard "an ugly accent—RAF pansy" from the magazine. Two of the women at the magazine were Clarissa Eden  and Sonia Brownell ,  and Brownell met author George Orwell whose real name was Eric Blair through Horizon and later married him.
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