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Issue No. 33

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June 2022

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The White Review No. 33 features interviews with writer Siri Hustvedt and feminist scholar Sara Ahmed. The issue includes new fiction by Gina Apostol, Mircea Cărtărescu (translated by Sean Cotter) and Itamar Vieira Junior (translated by Johnny Lorenz), as well as poetry by Edward Doegar, Mary Mussman and the winner of the White Review Poet’s Prize 2022, Fahad Al-Amoudi.

 

Ariel Saramandi reflects on land dispossession in Mauritius, Francis Whorrall-Campbell contributes a speculative manifesto about pockets in response to Ursula K. Le Guin’s 1986 essay ‘The Carrier Bag Theory of Fiction’, and Rosa Campbell and Taushif Kara trace the strange histories and roots of conspiracy theories.

 

Series of artwork are presented from Bani Abidi and Monira Al Qadiri, who are also interviewed in the issue. The cover artwork is a series of stills from Al Qadiri’s film Diver (2018).

ISSUE CONTENTS

THE EDITORS


Interview

FAHAD AL-AMOUDI


Interview

INTERVIEW WITH MONIRA AL QADIRI

IZABELLA SCOTT


Interview

THE DREAM LABORATORY OF NICOLAE VASCHIDE

MIRCEA CĂRTĂRESCU tr. SEAN COTTER


Fiction

POCKET THEORY

FRANCIS WHORRALL-CAMPBELL


Essay

CROOKED PLOW

ITAMAR VIEIRA JUNIOR tr. JOHNNY LORENZ


Fiction

POETRY

MARY MUSSMAN


Poetry

INTERVIEW WITH BANI ABIDI

SKYE ARUNDHATI THOMAS


Interview

THE COURT CASE

GINA APOSTOL


Fiction

POETRY

EDWARD DOEGAR


Poetry

LET THEM KNOW BY SIGNS

ROSA CAMPBELL & TAUSHIF KARA


Essay

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