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Interview with Peter Stamm

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December 2017

Seren Adams

Interview

December 2017

Peter Stamm’s international reputation as a writer of acute psychological perception and meticulously precise prose has been growing steadily since his first novel, Agnes,...

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November 2017

Small White Monkeys

Sophie Collins

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November 2017

Small white monkeys stretch around in the dirt beneath a tree but do not get dirty. They pick themselves...

Essay

Issue No. 20

Notes on the history of a detention centre

Felix Bazalgette

Essay

Issue No. 20

Looking back at Harmondsworth as he left, after 52 days inside, Amir was struck by how isolated the detention...

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September 2017

On The White Review Anthology

The Editors

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September 2017

Valentine’s Day 2010, Brooklyn: an intern at the Paris Review skips his shift as an undocumented worker at an...

Interview

August 2017

Interview with Ottessa Moshfegh

Yen Pham

Interview

August 2017

Ottessa Moshfegh’s first two books are, as she tells me, very different from one another. But despite the contrast...

Art

August 2017

Becoming Alice Neel

Rosanna Mclaughlin

Art

August 2017

From the first time I saw Alice Neel’s portraits, I wanted to see the world as she did. Neel...

What Makes A Gallery Programme?

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August 2017

Pac Pobric

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August 2017

Of his art dealer, Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, Pablo Picasso once wondered, ‘What would have become of us if Kahnweiler hadn’t had a business sense?’ The...

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Issue No. 20

Editorial

The Editors

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Issue No. 20

    As a bookish schoolchild in Galilee, the Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish was invited to compose, and read...

Interview

Issue No. 20

Interview with Anne Carson

Željka Marošević

Interview

Issue No. 20

Throughout her prolific career as a poet and a translator, Anne Carson has been concerned with combatting what she calls...

From a Cuban Notebook

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Issue No. 20

J. S. Tennant

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Issue No. 20

Beneath the rain, beneath the smell, beneath all that is a reality a people makes and unmakes itself leaving testimonies. Virgilio Piñera    ...