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Alice Hattrick is a writer and producer based in London. Their book on unexplained illness, intimacy and mother-daughter relationships, titled Ill Feelings, will be published by Fitzcarraldo Editions in 2021.


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Ill Feelings

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Issue No. 19

Alice Hattrick

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Issue No. 19

My mother recently found some loose diary pages I wrote in my first year of boarding school, aged eleven, whilst she was clearing out...

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February 2016

'Look at me, I said to the glass in a whisper, a breath.'

Alice Hattrick

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February 2016

Listen to her. She is telling you about her adolescence. She is telling you about one particular ‘bender’ that...

By the looks of it, not much has changed for The White Review This new edition, like its predecessors, features the customary blend of interviews, fiction, essays, poetry and artwork, and gives pride of place to talented young writers such as Jack Cox, whose story ‘The Fishermen’ opens the issue Subscribers will also notice that we have stuck to our tradition of stretching the calendrical boundaries of the quarterly publishing cycle So what is new? A sea change for The White Review was the obtainment of charitable status late this summer As a registered charity, we aim to promote ‘the arts and literature for the benefit of the public by the publication of an arts and literary journal and the organisation of artistic and literary events specialising in artistically or educationally meritorious works of new or emerging artists and writers’ What this means, in effect, is that we are eligible for gift-aid on all donations We would also like to expand our charitable board of Trustees — currently a triumvirate, including both editors – in the hope that The White Review can continue to flourish In the meantime, as we figure out how to reclaim gift-aid (these things do not come easily to us), we have stepped tentatively into the realm of advertising as a way of part-funding our production costs We are pleased to have secured the support of a small number of similarly-minded cultural organisations such as the Wellcome Trust in this endeavour   The last – and most exciting – development, is the launch of a short story prize, imaginatively named The White Review Short Story Prize Funded by a generous £2,500 grant from the Jerwood Charitable foundation, all of which will be awarded to the winner, the prize is open to submissions until 1 March 2013 This competition, to be judged by writer Deborah Levy, editor Alex Bowler and literary agent Karolina Sutton, will reward the best story submitted to The White Review by an unpublished writer residing in Great Britain or Ireland (details here) Meanwhile, there is an issue to read As ever, we hope it inspires, provokes,

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August 2014

Alice Hattrick

Contributor

August 2014

Alice Hattrick is a writer and producer based in London. Their book on unexplained illness, intimacy and mother-daughter relationships,...

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July 2014

Alice Hattrick

Kristina Buch

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July 2014

There are many ways to make sense of the world, through language, speech and text, but also the senses and their extensions. In his...

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In Somaliland

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Issue No. 1

On a traffic island in the middle of Somaliland’s capital city, Hargeisa, is the rusting shell of fighter jet...

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September 2014

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Patrick Langley

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September 2014

Luke Hart will meet me at Gate 7. I get the text on the DLR, heading east past Canary...

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August 2013

The External World

David OReilly

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August 2013

  The External World from David OReilly.   BASIC ANIMATION AESTHETICS   For the purposes of talking about animation,...

 

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