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The White Review at Burley Fisher Books

The White Review appears at Burley Fisher Books in Dalston for an evening of readings by Rosanna Mclaughlin, Sophie Seita and Evan Harris. Doors at 6.30, readings from 7 p.m. £3 entry, includes a drink.

 

Evan Harris writes essays, fiction and poetry. He is working on a novel about discontinuous identity and Emma Watson, and a memoir of forms and evaluations. His essay ‘Basic Needs’ appeared in The White Review No. 16.

 

Rosanna Mclaughlin is a writer and curator based in London. She has written for frieze and BOMB Magazine. Her essay on Frieze Art Fair appears in The White Review No. 18.

 

Sophie Seita is a poet, playwright, translator, and scholar, who has performed and presented her work in the US, UK, Ireland, and Germany. Her published works include Meat (Houston, TX: Little Red Leaves, 2015), Fantasias in Counting (Buffalo, NY: BlazeVOX, 2014), 12 Steps (Cambridge: Wide Range, 2012), and i mean i dislike that fate that i was made to where, a translation of the German poet Uljana Wolf (New York: Wonder, 2015). An edited reprint of the little magazine The Blind Man (Brooklyn: Ugly Duckling Presse, 2017) is forthcoming. She is currently developing a series of unfaithful rewritings of Enlightenment tragedies, titled My Little Enlightenment Plays. The first piece – Don Carlos, or, Royal Jelly – was recently performed at Company Gallery in New York and long-listed for the Leslie Scalapino Award. She has received fellowships and awards from Yale, Princeton, Buffalo, Cambridge, Columbia, Queen Mary University of London, NYU, DAAD, and Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes, among others, for her academic work, and is the recipient of a PEN/Heim Award (2015) for her forthcoming translation of Subsisters: Selected Poems by Uljana Wolf (Brooklyn: Belladonna, 2017). She is a Junior Research Fellow in English Literature at Queens’ College, University of Cambridge. Her poems appeared in The White Review No. 16.


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