- Andrzej Gąsiorek, 'Editorial', n.p.

- Paul Edwards, 'An Unknown Portrait by Wyndham Lewis', 1-3. [a detail from the image Edwards discusses in this article appears below]

- Faith Binckes, '"We live in a world of Art Historians: they do funny things": Framing "Old Vort"', 4-27.

- Robert Bond, 'Vortex Out of German London', 28-66.

- Arlene Leis, 'Post-Bombing and Blasting: The 1920 Group X Exhbition Catalogue', 67-92.

- Philip Head, 'The Transfiguration of "Russian" Lewis', 93-122.

- Emmett Stinson, 'The Vortex as Ontology in The Apes of God: Self-Reflexive Satire and Apophaticism', 123-42.

- Rosalind McKever, '"The Present is Art": Vorticist and Futurist Temporalities', 143-69.

- Mick Durman and Alan Munton, 'Picasso & Modern British Art at Tate Britain, London, 15 February - 15 July 2012, and at The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, 4 August - 4 November 2012', 170-201.

- Andrzej Gasiorek, Review of David A. Wragg, Wyndham Lewis and the Philosophy of Art in Early Modernist Britain (2005), 202-11.

- Jeremy Diaper, Review of Jason Harding (ed.), T. S. Eliot in Context (2011), 212-14.

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