Interview with Jamieson Webster

Interview

January 2020

FIONA ALISON DUNCAN

Interview

January 2020

Jamieson Webster serves as a torchbearer for a field out of popular favour. Her practice, psychoanalysis, was last century’s therapeutic craze. These days, we...

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Vija Celmins, To Fix the Image in Memory

Art Review

January 2020

Dennis Zhou

Art Review

January 2020

‘I crawl over the photograph like an ant, and I document my crawling on another surface,’ Vija Celmins has said of the way she...

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December 2019

Books of the Year

Feature

December 2019

Members of THE WHITE REVIEW editorial team, contributors, and friends of the magazine reveal the books they’ve been reading and revisiting in...

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Issue No. 16

Interview with Elizabeth Peyton

Nicholas Cullinan

Interview

Issue No. 16

This interview with Elizabeth Peyton, one of the most celebrated painters of recent times, was conducted by Nicholas Cullinan, Director...

Book Review

December 2019

Who Liberates the Slaves?

Sophie Lewis

Book Review

December 2019

‘Make Margaret Atwood fiction again!’ Despite encountering them repeatedly...

Essay

December 2019

Brilliant Muscles

Philippa Snow

Essay

December 2019

‘Lindsay Lohan’s new film,’ I told almost everyone I...

Fiction

December 2019

The Bad Brother

Rita Bullwinkel

Fiction

December 2019

We were a committee of three brothers, but one...

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December 2019

Anna Maria Maiolino, Making Love Revolutionary

Philomena Epps

Art Review

December 2019

In 1977, a group of mothers began to meet...

Poetry

December 2019

THREE POEMS

Cat Woodward

Flo Reynolds

Poetry

December 2019

dear Other, with pink dish   (Flo Reynolds &...

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November 2019

Actually, the Dead are Not Dead

Izabella Scott

Art Review

November 2019

During Bergen Assembly’s opening days, I am asked to attend a number of mock funerals, including one for a...

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November 2019

The White Review Poet's Prize 2019 Shortlist

feature

November 2019

Today we announce the White Review Poet’s Prize 2019...

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November 2019

Edoardo Albinati’s ‘The Catholic School’

Guy Stagg

Book Review

November 2019

‘What man is, whatever man is under the eye...

Book Review

November 2019

Susanna Moore’s ‘In the Cut’

Katherine Angel

Book Review

November 2019

In 2013, when Jane Campion’s Top of the Lake...

Essay

Issue No. 18

The Pious and the Pommery

Rosanna Mclaughlin

Essay

Issue No. 18

I.   Where is the champagne? On second thoughts...

Vigdis Hjorth’s ‘Will and Testament’

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November 2019

Theodora Danek

Book Review

November 2019

Vigdis Hjorth is a pretty big deal in Norway. She has written thirty-seven books, the majority of them novels, but Will and Testament is...

Fiction

October 2019

Symmetry of Provocation

Vi Khi Nao

Fiction

October 2019

She saw her father at Smith’s. By accident. She was paying the heat bill. After paying the heat bill,...

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October 2019

Chantal Akerman’s ‘My Mother Laughs’

Nicole Flattery

Book Review

October 2019

There’s a scene in the documentary I Don’t Belong Anywhere, about the Belgian filmmaker’s Chantal Akerman’s life and work,...

Book Review

October 2019

She, Etcetera

Johanna Hedva

Book Review

October 2019

Every brainy queer of my generation, especially those born...

Art Review

October 2019

Alvaro Barrington, Garvey: Sex Love Nurturing Famalay

Kevin Brazil

Art Review

October 2019

The unofficial anthem of this year’s London Carnival was...

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October 2019

Three Poems

Jenna Clake

poetry

October 2019

SELF-PORTRAIT AS THE OPENING OF A WINDOW ON A...

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Issue No. 26

Editorial

Feature

Issue No. 26

At the close of this issue’s interview with Elad...

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Issue No. 26

Selected Annahs

Khairani Barokka

Essay

Issue No. 26

The title of Paul Gauguin’s 1893-94 portrait Annah La...

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Issue No. 26

Interview with Saidiya Hartman

Victoria Adukwei Bulley

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Issue No. 26

The first time I encountered Saidiya Hartman, she was a voice in salt., an award-winning play by artist and...

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Issue No. 26

At the Heart of Things

Vanessa Onwuemezi

Prize Winner

Issue No. 26

there is no meaning. Hanging a picture on the...

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Issue No. 26

DRAKE EQUATION

GBOYEGA ODUBANJO

Poetry

Issue No. 26

i’m running out of data on the train everyone...

Essay

September 2019

The Scrutiny of Consumption: On Korean Women’s Poetry and Literary Inheritance

Joanna Lee

Essay

September 2019

It has never been easier to buy kimchi in...

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September 2019

Angry Ballerinas

Emily Wells

Essay

September 2019

Balanchine, the Wilis, and Collective Female Anger in Ballet...

Interview with Rachel Cusk

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Issue No. 14

Francesca Wade

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Issue No. 14

First published in The White Review No. 14, July 2015.   In Rachel Cusk’s eighth novel, OUTLINE, a character named Anne, who has just...

Book Review

September 2019

Lisa Taddeo’s ‘Three Women’

Octavia Bright

Book Review

September 2019

Reading Lisa Taddeo’s Three Women, I kept thinking of the artist Jenny Holzer’s statement from her work Truisms: ‘abuse...

Book Review

August 2019

Geovani Martins’s ‘The Sun on my Head’

Yara Rodrigues Fowler

Book Review

August 2019

I started reading Geovani Martins’s The Sun on my Head in English, but within minutes I was sending emails,...

Jia Tolentino’s ‘Trick Mirror’

Book Review

August 2019

Rebecca Liu

Book Review

August 2019

Talk about the fates of young professional women today and you will often alight on two themes: the anxieties that come with living in...

 

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