Two Poems

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Andrew McMillan

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June 2018

glimpse   on the pitch by my house   the weekly game of football      there was one lad   already famous in our class for having...

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It’s beside the point to consider any single painting by Kerstin Brätsch; her pieces accumulate in power like tomograms taken from a wider, ecstatic,...

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On Universities: Roundtable

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Issue No. 22

What is a university for? Even for those outside of the higher education sector, this is a question that’s...

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Issue No. 22

In her interview with the novelist Jenny Offill, Hannah Rosefield encounters Offill in the process of writing her new...

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Really Techno

Julia Bell

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Issue No. 22

‘Ich bin einer,’ I say when my turn comes....

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Issue No. 22

Green_fields

Maria Hummer

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Issue No. 22

We were told to pay attention to things that...

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Interview with Danez Smith

SANDEEP PARMAR

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Issue No. 22

At the end of January 2018 I met Danez...

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June 2018

Interview with Dag Solstad

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TR. Audun Mortensen

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June 2018

According to some, Dag Solstad, who was born in...

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May 2018

Sadie Benning, Sleep Rock

Kathryn Lloyd

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May 2018

The titular work of Sadie Benning’s solo exhibition ‘Sleep...

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May 2018

Lynne Tillman's Men and Apparitions  

Emily LaBarge

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May 2018

‘We are poor passing facts / warned by that to give / each figure in the photograph / his...

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May 2018

Louis Henderson, Overtures

Laura Harris

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May 2018

In Louis Henderson’s film I build my language with...

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May 2018

Self-Improvement

Sophie Mackintosh

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May 2018

I had been sent back from the city in...

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May 2018

Mathieu Asselin’s ‘Monsanto: A Photographic Investigation’

Felix Bazalgette

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May 2018

I’ve often wondered how high finance has ended up...

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May 2018

Emily Berry’s ‘Stranger, Baby’

Declan Ryan

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May 2018

Writing in the introduction to his Fifty Poems in...

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May 2018

Ruth Padel

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May 2018

INTERMISSION   She stabilised. She started dying and then stopped. My brother said her aneurysm had sealed       stuck   between a kidney and her...

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May 2018

Harry Mathews’s ‘The Solitary Twin’

Aaron Peck

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May 2018

Imagine a small fishing village on the edge of the world. Its inhabitants are progressive and content. The surroundings...

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May 2018

Dennis Cooper, Permanent Green Light

Shama Khanna

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May 2018

In total four kids die during the course of Permanent Green Light (2018), Dennis Cooper and Zac Farley’s second...

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May 2018

Jesse Ball’s ‘Census’

Patrick Langley

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May 2018

Reading Jesse Ball’s new novel feels like being hypnotised,...

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April 2018

Interview with Arseny Zhilyaev

Aliya Say

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April 2018

I decide to drop by Arseny Zhilyaev’s workshop at...

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April 2018

Three Poems

Amy Key

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April 2018

I disowned my real pain & engaged with its...

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April 2018

Interview with Alejandro Zambra

Samuel Rutter

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April 2018

When I arrived at the home of Chilean author...

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The White Review Short Story Prize 2018

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Following a record number of entries, we are delighted...

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April 2018

A God is All Over Me

Ma’an Abu Taleb

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April 2018

There is a sense of calm, a deep quiet in the soul, that befalls me when I come face-to-face...

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April 2018

Sean Raspet, Receptor-Binding Variations

Evan Moffitt

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April 2018

How well do you know your nose? That organ...

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April 2018

Women and Technology: History is a Cautionary Tale

Orit Gat

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April 2018

Few book reviews open with amateur rap, but: ‘back...

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April 2018

Chris Power’s ‘Mothers’

Alex Christofi

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April 2018

Chris Power’s first collection of short stories, Mothers, is...

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March 2018

Jamie Quatro's Fire Sermon

Megan Nolan

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March 2018

It is commonly agreed that desire is a self-perpetuating...

Abi Andrews’s ‘The Word for Woman is Wilderness’

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March 2018

Josie Mitchell

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March 2018

‘Cetaceans are women’s allies in the war against patriarchy because patriarchy holds the cetaceans down with us,’ explains the earnest and slightly irritating Erin,...

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March 2018

Interview with Terre Thaemlitz

Kevin Brazil

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March 2018

In the first room of Terre Thaemlitz’s 2017 exhibition ‘INTERSTICES’, at Auto Italia in London, columns of white text...

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March 2018

Interview with Claudia Rankine

Kayo Chingonyi

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March 2018

Of all the books to enter the wider consciousness in the last decade, Citizen is the one to which...

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Johanna Hedva

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Issue No. 21

After The Eliza Battle, I went to Berlin to recuperate, to nurse my pride. I had been there many times at that point, since...