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The White Review No 8 features, among other things, interviews with artist Sophie Calle, novelist Deborah Levy and the author and filmmaker Chris Kraus, fiction by China Mieville and inaugural White Review Short Story Prize winner Claire Louise-Bennett, essays on écriture féminine by Lauren Elkin and American art collaborative Bruce High Quality Foundation by Legacy Russell, poetry by John Ashbery, Jack Underwood and Eugene Ostashevsky, and artwork by Claudia Weiser, Ben Berlow and Guy Gormley
Issue No. 8

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August 2013

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The White Review No. 8 features, among other things, interviews with artist Sophie Calle, novelist Deborah Levy and the author and filmmaker Chris Kraus, fiction by China Mieville and inaugural White Review Short Story Prize winner Claire Louise-Bennett, essays on écriture féminine by Lauren Elkin and American art collaborative Bruce High Quality Foundation by Legacy Russell, poetry by John Ashbery, Jack Underwood and Eugene Ostashevsky, and artwork by Claudia Weiser, Ben Berlow and Guy Gormley.

ISSUE CONTENTS

Chris Kraus


Interview

Poems

John Ashbery, Jack Underwood, Sumana Roy


Poetry

The Croatian Fairy

Dubravka Ugrešić (tr. David Williams)


Essay

On Queensway Market, or How to Care about Things

Orlando Reade


Essay

Untyping

Eley Williams


Fiction

Deborah Levy


Interview

Photographs

Guy Gormley


Art

The Pirate Who Does Not Know the Value of Pi

Eugene Ostashevsky


Poetry

Untitled

Ben Berlow


Cover Art

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