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Very few writers in the twenty-first century are polymaths of the sort that previous centuries sometimes spawned – those who knew about all the...

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Rhoda Feng

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Consider the exclamation mark. Medieval in origin, this blink of ink has a gift for controversy. A single point can signal a moment of...

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June 2022

A Strange Bird

Isobel Harbison

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June 2022

My parakeets fly over us at dusk. There are maybe 40 of them. They fly low, not low enough...

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Issue No. 33

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Issue No. 33

‘The interior of a pocket is hidden away’, writes Francis Whorrall-Campbell in the speculative manifesto ‘Pocket Theory’, a response...

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June 2022

The Life of Andy

David Hayden

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June 2022

October 12, 1976, Soho, London. Andy stood in the...

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June 2022

Interview with Wu Tsang

Jade Barget

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June 2022

Image: ‘visionary company’ (2021) by Wu Tsang, at Lafayette...

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May 2022

Strangers

Benedict Andrews

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May 2022

On the final evening of the conference, Clara leaned...

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May 2022

Pink Waves

Sawako Nakayasu

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May 2022

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May 2022

The White Review Summer Party & Issue 33 Launch

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May 2022

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

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May 2022

War Machines and Bubble Gum

Momtaza Mehri

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May 2022

In his 2004 poetic tribute ‘Edward Said: A Contrapuntal Reading’, Mahmoud Darwish – the celebrated national poet of a...

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April 2022

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

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April 2022

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

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May 2022

A Cunning Stunt

Rose Higham-Stainton

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May 2022

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

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April 2022

Amwaj

MK Harb

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April 2022

When the water first left us, so did the...

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April 2022

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

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April 2022

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

Emptiness and the Shape it Takes

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April 2022

Alina Zubkovych

TR. Nina Murray

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April 2022

East   Donbas. My relatives were miners. I did not quite grasp exactly what that meant, or what daily hazard the work implied. All...

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April 2022

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

Stephanie Sy-Quia

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April 2022

Bhanu Kapil is a fantastic performer. I saw her at the London Review Bookshop in 2019. She had with...

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April 2022

Interview with Leanne Betasamosake Simpson

Khairani Barokka

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April 2022

Leanne Betasamosake Simpson is an esteemed Indigenous writer, musician, and activist, a Michi Saagiig Nishnaabeg and a member of...

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April 2022

Three Poems

Eleanor Rees

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April 2022

ESCAPE AT RED ROCKS   I am the colour...

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April 2022

The White Review Short Story Prize 2022, sponsored by RCW

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April 2022

The White Review Short Story Prize, sponsored by RCW,...

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March 2022

‘We Are Our Mountains’: Revisiting Artsakh

Zoe Valery

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March 2022

I. Base New York. September 27, 2020   War...

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Interview with Ocean Vuong

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Issue No. 32

‘Dear Ma, I am writing to reach you,’ begins...

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March 2022

WASTELAND IN THE SUN

Shane Jones

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March 2022

Due to our destructive behaviour, writer E.O. Wilson foresaw...

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March 2022

Editorial: Issue 32

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March 2022

‘All of our myths come out of looking at the stars and finding a metaphor for them’, says Ocean...

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March 2022

A Letter from Moscow

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March 2022

These are difficult days, everything is gone: our sense...

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March 2022

Two Poems

Ludmila Khersonsky

TR. Maya Chhabra

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March 2022

Russian invader, forget all about chivalry, Fear female revenge and...

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March 2022

Issue 32 Launch Party & Readings

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March 2022

Thursday 31 March / Doors 6:30, readings from 7:30...

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March 2022

The White Review Poet’s Prize 2022

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March 2022

We’re thrilled to announce that the winner of The...

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Issue No. 32

Polly Barton

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Issue No. 32

Above: the art for Togawa’s debut album Tamahime Sama.   I’m standing outside a convenience store in Shin-Ōkubo, dressed as a stag beetle.   For...

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February 2022

The Old Justice

Fahad Al-Amoudi

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February 2022

My grandfather was a construction worker, a travel agent; I knew him as a sea-captain, wink like an eye-patch,...

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March 2022

Four Poems

Iya Kiva

TR. Katherine E. Young

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March 2022

[Untitled] “if you close your eyes”   if you close your eyes you can hear the sea whether Black...

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Issue No. 32

Maria Stepanova

Eugene Ostashevsky

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If anyone in your global city still holds me, exile, in memory, Know that I died as soon as they read out the sentence. I live...

 

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