Fireworks the Magazine; formally the Firework Journal
First started in 1982 and known as the “Fireworks Journal” its original goal was to help prevent old fireworks and memorabilia from being lost to the past.
Now known as “fireworks the magazine” it provides a broad range of articles including but not limited to: news, information, and views about fireworks and firework-related subjects; including articles covering fireworks history, nostalgia, stunning display photographs as well as articles covering firework safety including the safe use and disposal of fireworks.
Regular features that include:
- News and articles about shows and enthusiasts around the world.
- Reviews of Major displays.
- History and Nostalgia (you can smell the Autumn Bonfires).
- An annual directory of UK firework companies.
- Fireworks in the news, from newspapers and magazines.
- Publications relating to pyrotechnics and firework displays.
- Correspondence on a variety of topics.
- Amusing stories.
- Americoround – a review of the American firework press and other stories from the US.
- Antipodean Jottings – news and views from Australia by Barry Sturman.
- Letters from America – the American scene from Larry Crump – Going Dutch – Rob Driessen provides a European view of fireworks.
The magazine also features news and information on courses, technical subjects, legislation, PGI reports, ‘bygone’ illustrations and other topical issues.
To learn more visit: fireworks-mag.org.