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The White Review Summer Party & Issue 33 Launch

Thursday 30 June / Bold Tendencies, Peckham / Doors 6:30 pm, Readings from 7:30pm / Tickets

 

Join us on 30 June for our annual summer party. This year, we’ll also be launching Issue 33 of The White Review.

 

We’ll be celebrating with readings from Fahad Al-Amoudi, winner of the 2022 White Review Poet’s Prize, Claire-Louise Bennett and Amber Husain, followed by drinks at Bold Tendencies.

 

Copies of the new issue will be available to purchase on the night. The event will take place in Bold Tendencies’ covered spaces. The downstairs concert bar will be open for ticket holders from 6:30pm and after the event has finished.

 

Tickets are available on DICE.

 

 

Fahad Al-Amoudi is a poet and editor of Ethiopian and Yemeni heritage based in London. His work is published in Poetry London, bath magg, Butcher’s Dog and Magma. He is an alumnus of the Obsidian Foundation, graduate of the Writing Squad and member of Malika’s Poetry Kitchen.

 

Claire-Louise Bennett grew up in Wiltshire and studied literature and drama at the University of Roehampton, before moving to Ireland where she worked in and studied theatre for several years. In 2013 she was awarded the inaugural White Review Short Story Prize and her debut book, Pond, was shortlisted for the Dylan Thomas Prize in 2016. Claire-Louise’s fiction and essays have appeared in a number of publications including White Review, Stinging Fly, gorse, Harper’s Magazine, Vogue Italia, Music & Literature, and New York Times Magazine. Her second novel, Checkout-19 was published by Jonathan Cape in 2021.

 

Amber Husain is a writer, academic and publisher. She is currently a managing editor and research fellow at AFTERALL, Central Saint Martins. Her essays and criticism appear or are forthcoming in 3AMTHE BELIEVERLONDON REVIEW OF BOOKSLA REVIEW OF BOOKSRADICAL PHILOSOPHY and elsewhere. She is the author of REPLACE ME, which was published by Peninsula Press in November 2021.


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