For the last couple of years, renowned Bridge player, writer and editor Mark Horton has been running the online magazine "New Bridge Magazine". Published monthly it had an impressive amount of content, with match reviews, book reviews, bidding and play challenges, humour, etc.
Considering that it was free - powered only by advertising revenue and probably a few benefactors - this was a remarkable achievement.
However, in the last issue, released in February, Mark announced
This will be the final issue of the magazine. [...] A New Bridge Magazine is about to become part of the Funbridge group, which also owns Le Bridgeur. The famous French magazine is launching a new life-style publication, Be Bridge and in March they will release an English version. Both magazines will be bi-monthly.
The first issue of Be Bridge is now available and free. At first glance it's certainly glossier than NBM but is its content any good? And will it remain free?
A thread on the Bridge Winners website called "Social distancing - here's a digital care package" has links to a number of bridge publications, including the whole of Bridge in the Menagerie (too big to attach) and all the online Bridge Magazines from 2015 to 2017 (see link below). If you like David Bird's Abbot stories, these magazines starting from January 2015 include the ones about the Abbot at the Bermuda Bowl, in my view the best he's ever done.