Anna Wiener’s ‘Uncanny Valley’

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February 2020

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February 2020

1. SF vs NY   Anna Wiener found herself in the right place at the right time. That is, if that was what she...

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January 2020

Mary South

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January 2020

If you’re reading this page, chances are you’ve recently heard that you need to have a craniotomy. Try not to worry. Although, yes, this is brain...

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January 2020

On Having No Skin: Nan Goldin’s Sirens

Amber Husain

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January 2020

The feeling of drug-induced euphoria could be strips of gauze between beautiful fingers. Or a silver slinky sent down...

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December 2019

Michelle Tea’s ‘Against Memoir’

Aimee Ballinger

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December 2019

Last summer, after an eight-hour shift with barely enough time for a piss break, I walked out of a...

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January 2020

Vija Celmins, To Fix the Image in Memory

Dennis Zhou

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January 2020

‘I crawl over the photograph like an ant, and...

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December 2019

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December 2019

Members of THE WHITE REVIEW editorial team, contributors, and friends of the...

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Issue No. 16

Interview with Elizabeth Peyton

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Issue No. 16

This interview with Elizabeth Peyton, one of the most...

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December 2019

Who Liberates the Slaves?

Sophie Lewis

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December 2019

‘Make Margaret Atwood fiction again!’ Despite encountering them repeatedly...

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December 2019

Brilliant Muscles

Philippa Snow

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December 2019

‘Lindsay Lohan’s new film,’ I told almost everyone I...

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December 2019

The Bad Brother

Rita Bullwinkel

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December 2019

We were a committee of three brothers, but one of us was bad. Bad in the sense that one...

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December 2019

Anna Maria Maiolino, Making Love Revolutionary

Philomena Epps

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December 2019

In 1977, a group of mothers began to meet...

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December 2019

THREE POEMS

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December 2019

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November 2019

Actually, the Dead are Not Dead

Izabella Scott

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November 2019

During Bergen Assembly’s opening days, I am asked to...

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November 2019

The White Review Poet's Prize 2019 Shortlist

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November 2019

Today we announce the White Review Poet’s Prize 2019...

Edoardo Albinati’s ‘The Catholic School’

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November 2019

Guy Stagg

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November 2019

‘What man is, whatever man is under the eye of heaven, that I burn to know and that – I do not say this...

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November 2019

Susanna Moore’s ‘In the Cut’

Katherine Angel

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November 2019

In 2013, when Jane Campion’s Top of the Lake first aired, I tried but failed to watch it. In...

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Issue No. 18

The Pious and the Pommery

Rosanna Mclaughlin

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Issue No. 18

I.   Where is the champagne? On second thoughts this is not entirely the right question. The champagne is...

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November 2019

Vigdis Hjorth’s ‘Will and Testament’

Theodora Danek

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November 2019

Vigdis Hjorth is a pretty big deal in Norway....

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October 2019

Symmetry of Provocation

Vi Khi Nao

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October 2019

She saw her father at Smith’s. By accident. She...

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October 2019

Chantal Akerman’s ‘My Mother Laughs’

Nicole Flattery

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October 2019

There’s a scene in the documentary I Don’t Belong...

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October 2019

She, Etcetera

Johanna Hedva

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October 2019

Every brainy queer of my generation, especially those born...

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Alvaro Barrington, Garvey: Sex Love Nurturing Famalay

Kevin Brazil

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October 2019

The unofficial anthem of this year’s London Carnival was...

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October 2019

Three Poems

Jenna Clake

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October 2019

SELF-PORTRAIT AS THE OPENING OF A WINDOW ON A HOT MORNING   Three men carry a large snake home....

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At the close of this issue’s interview with Elad...

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Issue No. 26

Selected Annahs

Khairani Barokka

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Issue No. 26

The title of Paul Gauguin’s 1893-94 portrait Annah La...

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Issue No. 26

Interview with Saidiya Hartman

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Issue No. 26

The first time I encountered Saidiya Hartman, she was...

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At the Heart of Things

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there is no meaning. Hanging a picture on the...

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Issue No. 26

i’m running out of data on the train everyone is feeling particularly lonely it isn’t enough everyone & me     ear plugged &...

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September 2019

The Scrutiny of Consumption: On Korean Women’s Poetry and Literary Inheritance

Joanna Lee

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September 2019

It has never been easier to buy kimchi in central London than it is today. In the past few...

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September 2019

Angry Ballerinas

Emily Wells

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September 2019

Balanchine, the Wilis, and Collective Female Anger in Ballet   Growing up in ballet, I occasionally trained with a...

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Issue No. 14

Francesca Wade

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Issue No. 14

First published in The White Review No. 14, July 2015.   In Rachel Cusk’s eighth novel, OUTLINE, a character named Anne, who has just...

 

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