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Before I met Sarah Moss, in a tiny, cheerful café in the centre of Coventry, I visited the city’s cathedral. I wanted to see...

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The conceptual artist Silvia Kolbowski began working on her...

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Jamieson Webster serves as a torchbearer for a field out of popular favour. Her practice, psychoanalysis, was last century’s...

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Members of THE WHITE REVIEW editorial team, contributors, and friends of the magazine reveal the books they’ve been reading and revisiting in 2019.     Katherine Angel,...

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This interview with Elizabeth Peyton, one of the most celebrated painters of recent times, was conducted by Nicholas Cullinan, Director...

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The White Review Poet's Prize 2019 Shortlist

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Today we announce the White Review Poet’s Prize 2019 shortlist. In this third year of the Prize, three hundred...

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She saw her father at Smith’s. By accident. She was paying the heat bill. After paying the heat bill, she deposited some of the...

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There’s a scene in the documentary I Don’t Belong Anywhere, about the Belgian filmmaker’s Chantal Akerman’s life and work,...

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Every brainy queer of my generation, especially those born under the sign of Saturn, went through a phase where...

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