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Issue No. 17

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July 2016

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THE WHITE REVIEW No. 17 features interview with writer George Saunders and film-maker and photographer Stan Douglas; fiction by Kyle Coma-Thompson, Joanna Kavenna, Clemens Meyer, and 2016 short story prize winner Sophie Mackintosh; the final instalment of Caleb Klaces’ three-part poem (which we have published in serial form over the past two years) and Galina Rymbu’s poems in translation; art from Batia Suter and Benoît Maire; Alexander Christie-Miller’s history of a submerged island on the Danube, and Patrick Langley’s report back from Oberhausen Film Festival. Cover art is by Anthony Lepore.

ISSUE CONTENTS

White Bread

Galina Rymbu


Poetry

The Smallest Thing

Joanna Kavenna


Fiction

Benoit Maire

Benoit Maire


Art

The Pale

Caleb Klaces


Poetry

Life is Happening Outside

Patrick Langley


Essay

Interview with Stan Douglas

Ben Eastham


Interview

Spite and Malice

Kyle Coma-Thompson


Fiction

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