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Issue No. 19

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February 2017

The White Review No. 19 features an interview with ALVARO ENRIGUE, a Mexican writer in New York, ALICE HATTRICK’s meditation on illness and intimacy, an excerpt from VIRGINIE DESPENTES’ Vernon Subutex (trans. Frank Wynne), and new poems from SOPHIE ROBINSON. We are also excited to present interviews with philosopher ROSI BRAIDOTTI (conducted as part of our collaboration with the Centre for New and International Writing at the University of Liverpool), on how the humanities can combat racism and sexism, and artist RACHEL MACLEAN, whose hyper-surreal dystopian videos offer a dark vision on the present times (and who also contributes a concertina insert of her recent prints). The are long form essays by JACQUELINE FELDMAN, on feminist protest group Femen; and conceptual artist JILL MAGID on her stay at the house of the late Luis Barragán. THOMAS CLERC (translated by Daniel Levin Becker) contributes a beautiful homage to his friend Edouard Leve, whose writing has featured in previous issues of The White Review. The issue also includes new fiction by JASON SCHWARTZ, poetry from CA CONRAD, and more…

ISSUE CONTENTS

Interview with Rosi Braidotti

Sam Solnick


Interview

Four Poems

Sophie Robinson


Poetry

Lead Light

David Noonan


Art

Marianne's Breasts

Jacqueline Feldman


Essay

Promenade

Jason Schwartz


Fiction

Francis Upritchard


Art

The Guidebook: A Guide to Casa Barragán

Jill Magid


Essay

(Soma)tic Poetry Rituals & Resulting Poems

CA Conrad


Poetry

Interview with Rachel McLean

Izabella Scott


Interview

The Man Who Killed Edouard Levé

Thomas Clerc


Essay

Party Mix (2015)

Julia Dault


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