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Interview with Mary Ruefle

Interview

Issue No. 24

Cecilia Tricker

Interview

Issue No. 24

The first contact I had with Mary Ruefle was through her website. Against a black landing page, five headings in yellow serif font float,...

Essay

Issue No. 24

The Songs of Hecate: Poetry and the Language of the Occult

Rebecca Tamás

Essay

Issue No. 24

In recent years, in the UK, and across Europe and the US, there has been a growing fascination with...

Essay

February 2019

THE VAST EXTENT: ON SEEING AND NOT SEEING FURTHER

Lavinia Greenlaw

Essay

February 2019

Caves, sleep, absence of light     1. Oh what is this light that holds us fast? Frank O’Hara [1]...

Interview

January 2019

Dinner with Terrance Hayes

Rachel Long

Interview

January 2019

We’re in Try Thai, a two-storey cocktail-pink restaurant I discovered a few years ago when visiting my sister who...

Feature

December 2018

Books of the Year

Feature

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...

Feature

November 2018

[Getting] Down with Gal Pals

Leon Craig

Feature

November 2018

There’s a moment in Laura Kaye’s underrated novel English Animals when the protagonist Mirka, sitting in the village bar...

In Defence of Dead Women

Essay

November 2018

Amber Husain

Essay

November 2018

The memorial for the artist was as inconclusive as her work, or anybody’s life. Organised haphazardly on Facebook by one of her old friends,...

Essay

October 2018

The Uses of Queer Art

Kevin Brazil

Essay

October 2018

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

Interview

October 2018

Interview with Margo Jefferson

Zinzi Clemmons

Interview

October 2018

I’ve had the privilege of knowing Margo Jefferson since 2011, when I took her class, The Critic As Artist,...

Editorial

Feature

October 2018

Feature

October 2018

Issues of The White Review are not planned around a theme, but sometimes one asserts itself. Speaking to the writer Margo Jefferson, Zinzi Clemmons...

 

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