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THE WHITE REVIEW NO. 23 LONDON LAUNCH PARTY

Join us for the launch of THE WHITE REVIEW NO.23 at Sadie Coles. There will be readings from Julia Armfield, Imogen Cassels, and Johanna Hedva. Copies of THE WHITE REVIEW NO. 23 – which features a specially commissioned cover by Allison Katz – will be available to buy. Entry is free. There will be drinks.

 

11 October 2018 / 19.00 – 21.30 / Readings begin 19.30 sharp

 

Sadie Coles, 1 Davies St, Mayfair, London W1K 3D

 

JULIA ARMFIELD was born in London in 1990. She is a fiction writer and occasional playwright with a Masters in Victorian Art and Literature from Royal Holloway University. Her work has been published in LighthouseAnalog MagazineNeon Magazine and The Stockholm Review. She was commended in the Moth Short Story Prize 2017 and longlisted for the Deborah Rogers Award 2018. Her first book, salt slow, will be published by Picador in 2019. ‘The Great Awake’ is the winner of the White Review Short Story Prize 2018.

 

IMOGEN CASSELS’s poems have appeared in the London Review of BooksBlackbox ManifoldCumulusDatableedAmbit, and on the London Underground. She is a first-year PhD student at Cambridge.

 

JOHANNA HEDVA  is the author of the novel ON HELL (Sator Press, 2018). Their fiction, essays, and poems have appeared in Black Warrior Review, Entropy, Mask Magazine, 3:AM, Triple Canopy, and elsewhere. Their work has been shown at Machine Project, Human Resources LA, the LA Architecture and Design Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Art on the Moon. ‘Jonah’ is an excerpt from their novel-in-progress THE TWIN.

 

 


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