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Rose Higham-Stainton
Rose Higham-Stainton writes about future feminisms through material and immaterial  cultures, and is based in Norfolk. Her work is held in the Women’s Art Library at Goldsmiths College and has been published in Art Monthly, MAP Magazine, PIN—UP Magazine, The Skirt Chronicles, Ache, Worms, Deleuzine, SPAM PLAZA and The White Review. She is the author of Herēma published by Sticky Fingers Publishing and Foam of the Daze published by Bottlecap Press. Rose also works with sound and visual language and has been a guest on Montez Press Radio and NTS radio, exhibited at 4COSE in London and LUCKY as part of Kunstverein München's transdisciplinary artist residency Peripheral Alliances. She co-runs Devotion writing workshops with the poet Sophie Robinson.

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A Cunning Stunt

Essay

May 2022

Rose Higham-Stainton

Essay

May 2022

‘What’s the difference between a policeman’s baton and a conjuror’s wand? One’s for stunning cunts and one’s for cunning stunts.’ – Anon   A...

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feature

April 2017

Everywhere and Nowhere

Vahni Capildeo

feature

April 2017

Part of my reluctance to write on citizenship is that as a poet, a worker in delicate, would-be-truthful language,...

Interview

July 2015

Interview with Sarah Manguso

Catherine Carberry

Interview

July 2015

There’s a certain barometer of a writer’s achievement that urban readers know well: did this book cause me to...

feature

April 2013

Félix Fénéon, Bomb-Thrower

Tom McCarthy

feature

April 2013

Editors’ Note: On 25 April 2013, novelist Tom McCarthy announced the winner of the first annual White Review Short...

 

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