May 2011

ONLINE ISSUE

Our April-May 2011 online issue features D. W. Wilson's piece on voice in fiction, in which he declared his undying love for a (fictional?) Annabel – originally featured in The White Review No. 1 – followed by Annabel Howard's – she wasn't fictional – response, 'On the Relative Values of Humility and Arrogance; Or the Confusing Complications of Negative Serendipity'. This is the closest you'll ever come to a fairy tale ending in The White Review: two years after this very public exchange, D. W. Wilson and Annabel Howard got married.  Also in this issue, a manifesto against cuts to the Arts Council by Charles Boyle, publisher of CB Editions; an interview with Alison Klayman on filming Ai Wei Wei: Never Sorry; a short piece on why he writes by Gavin James Bower; and an interview with Desmond Hogan, 'probably the most famous Irish writer you've never heard of'.

ISSUE CONTENTS



Features

Issue No. 1

On the Notoriously Overrated Powers of Voice in Fiction or How To Fail At Talking To Pretty Girls

Features

Issue No. 1

On the Notoriously Overrated Powers of Voice in Fiction or How To Fail At Talking To Pretty Girls