Martha Rosler, Irrespective

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January 2019

Megan N. Liberty

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January 2019

Long before the advent of ‘fake news’, Martha Rosler was teaching us how to think critically about documentary imagery and reporting. Irrespective, the artist’s...

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Fiona Benson’s ‘Vertigo & Ghost’

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January 2019

Declan Ryan

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Among the many pleasures of listening to Robert Lowell read, hearing him pronounce ‘My mind’s not right’ in the southern drawl he caught early,...

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January 2019

Under the Eye of the Clock

Erica X Eisen

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January 2019

In an early episode of Camus’s The Plague (1947), Tarrou, one of the last victims of an epidemic in...

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December 2018

Books of the Year

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December 2018

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

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December 2018

Barbara Kleinhamplová, Sickness Report

Rebecca O'Dwyer

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December 2018

I am ill as I write this, a situation...

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December 2018

On Ashleigh Young and Chelsea Hodson

Emily LaBarge

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December 2018

‘An essay’s heat is interior’, writes Cynthia Ozick in...

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December 2018

Feebleminded

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December 2018

WHISKY WITH MOTHER as the electric blue fades into...

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November 2018

Gabriele Beveridge, Live Dead World

Philippa Snow

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November 2018

Several months ago, I went to a salon so...

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November 2018

[Getting] Down with Gal Pals

Leon Craig

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November 2018

There’s a moment in Laura Kaye’s underrated novel English...

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November 2018

The White Review 2018 Poet’s Prize Shortlist

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November 2018

We are delighted to announce the shortlist for this year’s Poet’s Prize. The selected portfolios will be judged by...

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November 2018

Three Poems

Gerard Coletta

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November 2018

Caciocavallo Podolico   I call up the man from...

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November 2018

Still I Rise: Feminisms, Gender, Resistance

Holly Black

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November 2018

When an exhibition promises to do away with a...

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November 2018

Prabda Yoon’s ‘Moving Parts’

Josie Mitchell

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November 2018

It’s tempting to imagine Prabda Yoon’s short story collection...

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November 2018

In Defence of Dead Women

Amber Husain

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November 2018

The memorial for the artist was as inconclusive as...

Ten Years at Garage Moscow

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November 2018

Rosanna Mclaughlin

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November 2018

When I arrive in Moscow, I am picked up from the airport by Roman, a patriotic taxi driver sent to collect me courtesy of...

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October 2018

Amy Arnold’s ‘Slip of a Fish’

Rebecca Watson

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October 2018

Slip of a Fish is set within the persistent heat of a presciently irregular English summer. ‘The blue skies...

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October 2018

Women on Aeroplanes

Divya Osbon

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October 2018

In The Showroom’s Women on Aeroplanes, three artists explore the untold contributions made by black women to transnational liberation...

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October 2018

Sally Rooney’s ‘Normal People’

Helen Charman

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October 2018

Reading Sally Rooney’s second novel Normal People is a...

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October 2018

Kerry James Marshall, History of Painting

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

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October 2018

Kerry James Marshall, an artist who grew up both...

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October 2018

James Bridle’s ‘New Dark Age’

Orit Gat

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October 2018

Halfway through James Bridle’s foreboding, at times terrifying, but...

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October 2018

Nafissa Thompson-Spires’s ‘Heads of the Colored People’

Victoria Adukwei Bulley

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October 2018

Somewhere on the internet is a two-hour video of...

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October 2018

Nick Makoha’s ‘Kingdom of Gravity’

Dai George

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October 2018

The tyrant’s sickest triumph is to make his subjects...

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October 2018

The Uses of Queer Art

Kevin Brazil

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October 2018

In June 2018 a crowd assembled in Tate Britain to ask: ‘What does a queer museum look like?’ Surrounded...

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A. K. Blakemore

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MAY   you slid into my life as though...

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April 2018

The Great Awake

Julia Armfield

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April 2018

When I was twenty-seven, my Sleep stepped out of...

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October 2018

Interview with Margo Jefferson

Zinzi Clemmons

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October 2018

I’ve had the privilege of knowing Margo Jefferson since...

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October 2018

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October 2018

Issues of The White Review are not planned around...

It’s All In The Film: Direct Cinema, ‘Grey Gardens’ and ‘That Summer’

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September 2018

Ralf Webb

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September 2018

Big Edie Beale, sitting bare-shouldered on the terrace, puts on her eyeglasses. The camera – manned by Albert Maysles – follows Big Edie’s line...

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September 2018

Martine Syms, Grande Calme

Holly Black

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September 2018

I’ve never been ghosted by a work of art before, but I guess there is a first time for...

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September 2018

Interview with Jenny Hval

Josie Thaddeus-Johns

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September 2018

It’s the middle of the hot, dead summer of 2018 when I speak to Jenny Hval for the first...

Miriam Toews’s ‘Women Talking’

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September 2018

Caitlin Ingham

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September 2018

Édouard Louis, speaking recently at the London Review Bookshop, described why he writes auto-fiction. Growing up in a brutally poor household in Northern France,...