Many years ago, I used to write occasionally for The Freethinker, which described itself as a 'secular humanist monthly' and stood out from the crowd because it was still set by letterpress and contained no photos or images. It was established by G.W. Foote in 1881 and was published without a break until 2014 when it retreated to being an internet-only publication.
My articles were mainly about aspects of freethought history. I am posting scans of some of the articles here. If you have got this far, I hope you enjoy them.
Here's a series of articles on forgotten freethinkers:
'Old Chat' (Daniel Chatterton), September 1985
Martin Boon, October 1985
Guy Aldred, November 1985
Diverse Strands (Myles McSweeney, Frederick Lessner, Harry Pollitt, Tom Bell, Tommy Jackson), December 1985
Freethought in Fiction
My series of articles on freethought in fiction:
Workers in the Dawn by George Gissing, July 1987
Stephen Remarx by James Adderley, August 1987
The Democracy by Whyte Thorne (Richard Whiteing), September 1987
Catherine Furze and Clara Hopgood by Mark Rutherford (William Hale White), October 1987
The Anarchists by John Henry Mackay, November 1987
The Atheist Shoemaker by Hugh Price Hughes, December 1987