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May 2021

Dylan Suher

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May 2021

I am admittedly an outsider to Hong Kong, but as Liu Yichang’s 1962 novel The Drunkard proves, the outsider is a classic Hong Kong...

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April 2021

Vijeta Kumar

Art Review

April 2021

In a photograph by Jaisingh Nageswaran, a boy is swimming in a river. His arm lunges forward, hanging mid-air. In another image, a young...

Fiction

April 2021

Hypothetically

Makenna Goodman

Fiction

April 2021

Say you wrote a book about a person in search of meaning. Imagine that it was widely praised and...

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Issue No. 30

RABIH MROUÉ: WORD AND IMAGE

STANLEY WOLUKAU-WANAMBWA

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Issue No. 30

In his pencil-like embrasure, the look-out and later the gunner realised long before the easel painter, the photographer or the...

Fiction

Issue No. 30

Tuscan Leather

Laura Grace Ford

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Issue No. 30

KARA   I’ve been doing this lately, leaving the...

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Issue No. 30

HOTEL STATIONARY (AND THIS IS THAT)

Preti Taneja

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Issue No. 30

And the night John Berger died, I, Maria, pale...

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Issue No. 30

Interview with Marie NDiaye

AURÉLIE MAURIN

TR. Samuel Rutter

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Issue No. 30

Over the course of her career, Marie NDiaye has...

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Issue No. 30

ALL THE STAIN IS TENDER: THE ASIAN DELUGE AND WHITE AUSTRALIA

JESSICA ZHAN MEI YU

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Issue No. 30

I was three years old when Pauline Hanson announced...

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Issue No. 30

Interview With Ming Smith

ZOE WHITLEY

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Issue No. 30

‘This is a rare book,’ Toni Morrison wrote in...

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Issue No. 30

Editorial: Issue 30

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Issue No. 30

This issue of The White Review – which marks the tenth anniversary of its foundation – takes up questions...

Poetry

February 2021

THREE POEMS

Sarah Gridley

Poetry

February 2021

  ADDRESSEE   I mind less that you go...

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February 2021

On Mary Gaitskill

Rosa Lyster

Book Review

February 2021

Mary Gaitskill’s fiction is full of cats – stray...

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February 2021

The Charms On Her Bracelet

Kristian Vistrup Madsen

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February 2021

Mariah Carey was my first love. She was 30,...

Prize Entry

February 2021

The White Review Poet’s Prize 2020/21 Shortlist

Prize Entry

February 2021

We are excited to announce the eight portfolios shortlisted...

Interview with Paul Mendez

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February 2021

Rastko Novakovic

Interview

February 2021

Rainbow Milk, Paul Mendez’s debut novel, explores lived histories at the intersections of Blackness, the working class, British Empire, queerness, masculinity and an insular...

Book Review

January 2021

The Abyss Echoes Back: Judith Schalansky’s ‘An Inventory of Losses’

Aaron Peck

Book Review

January 2021

Early in Judith Schalansky’s An Inventory of Losses, the narrator describes the way an ancient form of writing survived...

Poetry

January 2021

THREE POEMS

Luke Allan

Poetry

January 2021

  First winter in Iceland     Some mornings we’re woken by the sound of our neighbour sneezing. I...

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January 2021

An Uneasy Girl

Philippa Snow

Essay

January 2021

Even before Lucie arrives holding a shotgun, we know...

Fiction

January 2021

‘Like a pope, at the edge of the well’

Veronica Stigger

TR. Zoë Perry

Fiction

January 2021

A selection of short pieces by Veronica Stigger  ...

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December 2020

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December 2020

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

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December 2020

The Custard Factory

Camilla Grudova

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December 2020

The explosion happened one mid-morning at the Swan Custard...

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December 2020

Palaces for All

Nathalie Olah

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December 2020

Walter Benjamin said of Kafka that his work dealt...

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December 2020

Interview with Namwali Serpell

David Isaacs

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December 2020

Namwali Serpell is a rarity: an academic and novelist whose criticism is as vital as her fiction. Since we...

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December 2020

End Times: Heather Phillipson’s ‘The End’

Alex Quicho

Art Review

December 2020

A huge swirl of whipped cream, garnished with a...

Essay

December 2020

Girls Like Us

McKenzie Wark

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December 2020

I want you to be in my writing. Maybe...

Fiction

December 2020

Distancing

Jacinda Townsend

Fiction

December 2020

Ruth held out her gloved hands to Clarisse, wiggled...

Poetry

November 2020

Three Poems from The Rake

Tristram Fane Saunders

Poetry

November 2020

The Rake packs up his troubles in an old...

Interview with Anne Serre

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November 2020

Nina Leger

Interview

November 2020

I met Anne Serre on the shelves of a Parisian bookshop. She was very slim, of a golden yellow, and her title, Petite table, sois...

Essay

November 2020

So Many Times, Lausanne

Carlos Fonseca

TR. Jessica Sequeira

Essay

November 2020

I   As soon as I sat down, I remembered the quote by Enrique Vila-Matas which in some way...

Book Review

November 2020

A net, a web, a trap: on ‘Glitch Feminism’

R. V. Campbell

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November 2020

I was fourteen when I first transformed from Rosa into ~<*RoSaBubbLe*>~. Propelled by my adoration of Courtney Love –...

Interview with Fanny Howe

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Issue No. 29

FIONA ALISON DUNCAN

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Issue No. 29

Fanny Howe’s bibliography is as bewildering as her itinerant biography. Born in 1940 in Buffalo, New York, the poet and author grew up in...

 

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