Cover of third series, January 1891 issue of All the Year Round.

Cover of third series, January 1891 issue of All the Year Round.

 

In 1859 Charles Dickens started producing the weekly literary magazine All the Year Round from offices near to Covent Garden market. Also edited by Dickens, All the Year Round was the direct successor to his previous publication Household Words, abandoned due to differences with his former publisher.

 

Location

The offices of All the Year Round were based at 26 Wellington Street, near to London’s Covent Garden. The site is now home to a Charles Dickens cafe.