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August 2022

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August 2022

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The Weeping Woman

Essay

July 2022

Isabelle Dupuy

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July 2022

We were clearing the dishes after dinner when I found myself telling my 15 year old son the story of La Llorona. I’d been...

Book Review

July 2022

It’s Personal: Writing and Reading Through Grief

Orit Gat

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July 2022

1. A spill  I’m drinking coffee in bed and reading The Reactor. I feel so close to everything Nick...

Events

July 2022

Shola von Reinhold presents LOTE with Harron Walker

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July 2022

Fri 22 July / The Drawing Center, New York / 6-8 p.m. / Free / Register   P&T Knitwear,...

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July 2022

The Pocket’s Delight: A Conversation on Essays, Secrecy and Signs

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July 2022

Thursday 28 July / Camden Art Centre Café &...

Art Review

July 2022

Gut Feelings

Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou

Art Review

July 2022

In Hayv Kahraman’s vast painting, ‘Entanglements no.1’ (2021), all...

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Issue No. 33

The Inheritors

Ariel Saramandi

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Issue No. 33

It is a story told in every Creole family...

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Issue No. 33

Interview with Siri Hustvedt

Noga Arikha

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Issue No. 33

Very few writers in the twenty-first century are polymaths...

Interview

June 2022

Warped Pastoral: Ralf Webb and Sam Buchan-Watts in Conversation

Ralf Webb

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June 2022

Sam Buchan-Watts’s Path Through Wood, published in October 2021, begins...

Poetry

Issue No. 33

Three Poems

Fahad Al-Amoudi

Poetry

Issue No. 33

THE OLD JUSTICE   My grandfather was a construction worker, a travel agent; I knew him as a sea-captain,...

Essay

June 2022

Who is a Revolutionary Subject?

Helen Mackreath

Essay

June 2022

In the face of legal restraints, police repression, political...

Interview

Issue No. 33

Interview with Sara Ahmed

Rhoda Feng

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Issue No. 33

Consider the exclamation mark. Medieval in origin, this blink...

Essay

June 2022

A Strange Bird

Isobel Harbison

Essay

June 2022

My parakeets fly over us at dusk. There are...

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Issue No. 33

Editorial: Issue 33

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Issue No. 33

‘The interior of a pocket is hidden away’, writes...

The Life of Andy

Fiction

June 2022

David Hayden

Fiction

June 2022

October 12, 1976, Soho, London. Andy stood in the alley outside the Prince of Wales. He felt in the pocket of his leather jacket...

Interview

June 2022

Interview with Wu Tsang

Jade Barget

Interview

June 2022

Image: ‘visionary company’ (2021) by Wu Tsang, at Lafayette Anticipations © Pierre Antoine   On entering Visionary Company (2020),...

Fiction

May 2022

Strangers

Benedict Andrews

Fiction

May 2022

On the final evening of the conference, Clara leaned against the railing of her fifth floor balcony and watched...

Poetry

May 2022

Pink Waves

Sawako Nakayasu

Poetry

May 2022

1   snap         2  ...

Events

May 2022

The White Review Summer Party & Issue 33 Launch

Events

May 2022

Thursday 30 June / Bold Tendencies, Peckham / Doors...

Book Review

May 2022

War Machines and Bubble Gum

Momtaza Mehri

Book Review

May 2022

In his 2004 poetic tribute ‘Edward Said: A Contrapuntal...

Events

April 2022

The Centre for Modern Literature and Culture at King’s College London and The White Review present: Pandemic Fiction

Events

April 2022

Mon 30 May / 18:30 / Kings College London, WC2R 2LS...

Essay

May 2022

A Cunning Stunt

Rose Higham-Stainton

Essay

May 2022

‘What’s the difference between a policeman’s baton and a...

Fiction

April 2022

Amwaj

MK Harb

Fiction

April 2022

When the water first left us, so did the birds. Manzour, the great white pelican, no longer flew over our...

Events

April 2022

The Art of the Short Story: RZ Baschir and Leon Craig

Events

April 2022

Thursday 12 May / 19.00 / Online event /...

Essay

April 2022

Emptiness and the Shape it Takes

Alina Zubkovych

TR. Nina Murray

Essay

April 2022

East   Donbas. My relatives were miners. I did...

Book Review

April 2022

It is Psychotic to Draw a Line Between Two Places: On Bhanu Kapil

Stephanie Sy-Quia

Book Review

April 2022

Bhanu Kapil is a fantastic performer. I saw her...

Interview

April 2022

Interview with Leanne Betasamosake Simpson

Khairani Barokka

Interview

April 2022

Leanne Betasamosake Simpson is an esteemed Indigenous writer, musician,...

Three Poems

Poetry

April 2022

Eleanor Rees

Poetry

April 2022

ESCAPE AT RED ROCKS   I am the colour of the outside, a stillness moving like a winter tide, a new shoreline in formation,...

Prize Entry

April 2022

The White Review Short Story Prize 2022, sponsored by RCW

Prize Entry

April 2022

The White Review Short Story Prize, sponsored by RCW, is an annual short story competition for emerging writers. The...

Essay

March 2022

‘We Are Our Mountains’: Revisiting Artsakh

Zoe Valery

Essay

March 2022

I. Base New York. September 27, 2020   War breaks out. A war to wipe a country off the...

Interview with Ocean Vuong

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Alok Vaid-Menon

Interview

Issue No. 32

‘Dear Ma, I am writing to reach you,’ begins Ocean Vuong’s On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous (2019). It is an epistolary novel, written from a...

 

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