Inland

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June 2021

Gerald Murnane

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June 2021

This essay, written by the author on his 1988 novel, INLAND, is one of 16 essays from a forthcoming collection on each of his published...

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Hungry Ghosts

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Natalie Linh Bolderston

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In the middle of a summer when I am still a half-child, Mum tells me that this is the time of year when Bà...

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THREE POEMS

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  ARTICULATION OF SOLACE FOR W   We are mothering ourselves. We are articulating solace for each other. We...

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Sinking into Exile

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

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ON ADAM CURTIS: CAN'T GET YOU OUT OF MY HEAD

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  Billed as ‘An Emotional History of the Modern...

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MAY   you slid into my life as though...

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A Leathery Mood: On Jeremy Atherton Lin’s 'Gay Bar'

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With few exceptions, the queer spaces I have visited...

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BY PONNUTHAI’S SIDE

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In a photograph by Jaisingh Nageswaran, a boy is...

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Hypothetically

Makenna Goodman

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Say you wrote a book about a person in...

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

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Tuscan Leather

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

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HOTEL STATIONARY (AND THIS IS THAT)

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

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

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

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

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ZOE WHITLEY

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‘This is a rare book,’ Toni Morrison wrote in her introduction to the 1973 edition of The Black Photographers’ Annual. ‘It hovers over the...

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Editorial: Issue 30

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

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February 2021

THREE POEMS

Sarah Gridley

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February 2021

  ADDRESSEE   I mind less that you go far away in time. Once I had to harden myself...

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February 2021

On Mary Gaitskill

Rosa Lyster

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February 2021

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

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The Charms On Her Bracelet

Kristian Vistrup Madsen

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February 2021

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

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February 2021

The White Review Poet’s Prize 2020/21 Shortlist

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February 2021

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

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February 2021

Interview with Paul Mendez

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February 2021

Rainbow Milk, Paul Mendez’s debut novel, explores lived histories...

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January 2021

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

Aaron Peck

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January 2021

Early in Judith Schalansky’s An Inventory of Losses, the...

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January 2021

THREE POEMS

Luke Allan

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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

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January 2021

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

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January 2021

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

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The Custard Factory

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

Palaces for All

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Nathalie Olah

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December 2020

Walter Benjamin said of Kafka that his work dealt in ‘the purity and beauty of a failure’. That ‘once he was certain of eventual...

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Interview with Namwali Serpell

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

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End Times: Heather Phillipson’s ‘The End’

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A huge swirl of whipped cream, garnished with a drone, a fly, and a maraschino cherry: so insistent that...

Girls Like Us

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McKenzie Wark

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I want you to be in my writing. Maybe not you exactly. Someone like you. Will you like this version of you? Maybe not....

 

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