The London Mathematical Society has published mathematical texts since its founding in 1865. These international publications are critical to the Society's delivery of its charitable activities in the advancement and support of mathematics and the wider mathematical research community.
Please see the full set of LMS Publications Aims for further details.
All surplus income from the LMS publications is used entirely to support mathematicians and mathematics research. This includes activities such as funding mathematics conferences, awarding mathematics research grants, giving prizes for mathematical accomplishments, and representing mathematics to government and national policymakers.
Books and journals
The Society now publishes 10 peer-reviewed journals, five of which are in collaboration with other learned societies and institutions; two book series and some individual book titles.
The LMS Newsletter is published on line with contributions added as they become ready. LMS members may opt to receive the printed LMS Newsletter which is distributed bimonthly free of charge.
The Society also publishes a number of reports and papers as a result of the activities of its Committees. Links to these can be found here.
Access for LMS Members
LMS Members can receive free online access to the Bulletin, Journal, and Proceedings of the LMS if they have signed up for free online access via their LMS membership record. Free online access to these three journals and also Nonlinearity can be activated via their LMS Membership Profile here: www.lms.ac.uk/user and selecting their preferred journals under the “My LMS Membership” tab. The LMS will then notify Wiley who will then issue members with a username and password to login to the Wiley Online Library.