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The White Review No5 features interviews with novelist Ben Marcus and curator Hans Ulrich Obrist, a novella by Joshua Cohen, a feature on the late German artist and filmmaker Christoph Schlingensief and poetry by ex-Sandinista Gioconda Belli and Nobel Prize for Literature Laureate Herta Muller Artist Camille Henrot contributes a series of Ikebana images Cover art is by German artist Franziska HolsteinThe issue also features essays, fiction, poetry and artwork by Ivan Vladislavic, David Auerbach, Max McGuinness, Michael Amherst, Emily Critchley and Niall McLelland
Issue No. 5

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August 2012

The White Review No.5 features interviews with novelist Ben Marcus and curator Hans Ulrich Obrist, a novella by Joshua Cohen, a feature on the late German artist and filmmaker Christoph Schlingensief and poetry by ex-Sandinista Gioconda Belli and Nobel Prize for Literature Laureate Herta Muller. Artist Camille Henrot contributes a series of Ikebana images. Cover art is by German artist Franziska Holstein.The issue also features essays, fiction, poetry and artwork by Ivan Vladislavic, David Auerbach, Max McGuinness, Michael Amherst, Emily Critchley and Niall McLelland.

ISSUE CONTENTS

The Last Walk

Ivan Vladislavic


Essay

Ben Marcus


Interview

Sonnets from Shakespeare

Emily Critchley


Poetry

Northern Lights

Niall McClelland


Art

Colonel Blimp's Bad Conscience

Max McGuinness


Essay

Three Poems

Gioconda Belli


Ikebana

Camille Henrot


Art

Three Poems

Herta Müller (tr. Lyn Marven)


Poetry

Untitled (G_S_B_R)

Franziska Holstein


Cover Art

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