Mailing List

Issue No. 29

issue

October 2020

BUY NOW
£12.99


The White Review No. 29 features interviews with poet Fanny Howe, novelist and memoirist Scholastique Mukasonga and artist Ingrid Pollard, who also provides the issue’s cover. We present new fiction by Booker Prize-shortlisted author of Real Life Brandon Taylor, Ilya Leutin (tr. Anna Aslanyan) and Elizabeth O’Connor, whose story ‘Woman With a White Pekingese’ is the winner of the White Review Short Story Prize 2020. Emily Berry’s essay ‘The Secret Country of Her Mind’ is a polyvocal account of agoraphobia in dialogue with photographer Jacqui Kenny; Caleb Azumah Nelson’s ‘Solace’ explores languages of mourning and expressions of community, while Victoria Adukwei Bulley’s ‘On Water’ traverses global colonial history, seeking new forms of kinship as she investigates her own lineage. Poetry series are contributed by Laura Elliott, Jennifer Lee Tsai and Jack Underwood, while series of artworks are presented from Adam Pendleton and Hervé Guibert.

ISSUE CONTENTS

Editorial

The Editors


CALEB AZUMAH NELSON


HERVÉ GUIBERT


Art

BOYS

BRANDON TAYLOR


Fiction

POETRY

LAURA ELLIOTT


The Secret Country of Her Mind

EMILY BERRY


Essay

INTERVIEW WITH INGRID POLLARD

CORA GILROY-WARE


Interview

POETRY

JENNIFER LEE TSAI


ELIZABETH O’CONNOR


POETRY

JACK UNDERWOOD


Art

ADAM PENDLETON


Two Stories

ILYA LEUTIN tr. ANNA ASLANYAN


Fiction

VICTORIA ADUKWEI BULLEY


READ NEXT

Art

June 2016

Art and its Functions: Recent Work by Luke Hart

Rye Dag Holmboe

Art

June 2016

Luke Hart’s Wall, recently on display at London’s William Benington Gallery, is a single, large-scale sculpture composed of a...

feature

November 2011

Nude in your hot tub...

Lars Iyer

feature

November 2011

I. Down from the Mountain   Once upon a time, writers were like gods, and lived in the mountains....

fiction

Issue No. 2

The Surrealist Section of the Harry Ransom Center

Diego Trelles Paz

TR. Janet Hendrickson

fiction

Issue No. 2

To Enrique Fierro and Ida Vitale—   Just like you, muchachos, I didn’t believe in ghosts, and if I’d...

 

Get our newsletter

 

* indicates required