March 20, 2014
We are delighted to announce the launch of The White Review No. 10 at Hannah Barry, 4 Holly Grove, Peckham, SE15 5DF, on Thursday 3 April from 6.30-8.30pm. The editors will also announce the shortlist for this year's White Review Short Story Prize.
There will be drinks.
Please RSVP via Facebook or to editors [at] thewhitereview.org.
The White Review No. 10 features interviews with French philosopher JACQUES... [Click to read more]
February 24, 2014
The White Review presents readings by Patrick Langley, Zoe Pilger and George Szirtes at Carroll/Fletcher on Wednesday 12 March. Drinks will be served from 18.30, and the readings will start at 19.00.
Please note that space for this event is limited so RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org is ESSENTIAL.
PATRICK LANGLEY is a writer and producer based in London. His work has appeared in The White Review, the TLS, t... [Click to read more]
January 6, 2014
The White Review presents a reading by poet Matthew Gregory and a reading and Q&A with Italian novelist Francesco Pacifico in the gallery at Foyles bookshop on Charing Cross Road, London, from 6.30-8.30pm on 23 January.
There will be drinks. Please RSVP to email@example.com to reserve a seat at the event.
Matthew Gregory was born in 1984. He received an Eric Gregory award in 2010, with poems p... [Click to read more]
November 20, 2013
We are delighted to announce the launch of The White Review No. 9 at Claire de Rouen Books, entrance at the Gallery Soho, 121 Charing Cross Road, on Wednesday 27 November, from 6.30-8.30pm.
There will be drinks.
Please RSVP via Facebook or to editors [at] thewhitereview.org.... [Click to read more]
October 23, 2013
The White Review is looking for a London-based part-time editorial intern from November 2013-March 2014. Duties include reading and assessing fiction submissions, proofreading, copy-editing and fact-checking pieces for online and print publication, and general administrative support such as contacting bookshops. Knowledge of Wordpress is desirable. The position, which is unpaid, is ideal for a recent graduate looking... [Click to read more]
September 3, 2013
Please join us at Foyles Cafe on 7 September for a presentation of new writing, part of London Lit Crawl 2013. London Lit Crawl is, to all intents and purposes, a pub crawl through Covent Garden and Soho. It stops at Foyles at 8pm for The White Review's event, which will consist of readings by Rachael Allen, Michael Amherst, Kit Buchan, Patrick Langley and Joe Luna.
There will be drinks.
Lit... [Click to read more]
July 31, 2013
We are delighted to announce the second launch event for The White Review No. 8 at Foyles, Charing Cross Road, on Thursday 22 August from 6.30-8.30pm.
'Writing by women simply isn’t read, received, or written about in the way writing by men is,' writes Lauren Elkin in her essay 'Barking from the Margins: on écriture féminine', featured in The White Review No. 8. To mark the launch, Lauren will be in conversatio... [Click to read more]
July 16, 2013
We are delighted to announce the launch of The White Review No. 8 at Copeland Book Market, Peckham, on Thursday 18 July, from 6.30-9pm.
To mark the launch, Keston Sutherland will read from his latest collection, The Odes to TL61P, at 7.30pm. The event takes place in the 'strawditorium' at Bold Tendencies, designed and built by Practice Architecture.
There will be drinks. Please RSVP via Facebook or to edi... [Click to read more]
July 8, 2013
In the latest edition of The White Review Film Series, Will Self introduces Stanley Kubrick's spare, harrowing and visceral Full Metal Jacket, which explores Kubrick's recurring theme of the processes and consequences of dehumanisation.
The White Review Film Series invites writers and artists to introduce a film of their own choice. This screening will feature a short introduction by Will Self, and a Q&A sessio... [Click to read more]
June 25, 2013
Does the press adequately reflect public opinion? Do we need 'commentators' to interpret global events for us, or choose what issues are of importance? Post-Leveson, do we care about media reform or are there far more pressing issues to address? And as newspapers haemorrhage readers in the digital age, are we exploring new ways of effectively understanding a complex world?
All, none or some of these questions will b... [Click to read more]