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THE WHITE REVIEW NO. 23 LIVERPOOL LAUNCH

Join us for the launch of THE WHITE REVIEW NO. 23 at Tate Liverpool, organised with the Centre for New and International Writing. There will be readings from Raymond Antrobus and Patrick Langley. Copies of THE WHITE REVIEW NO. 23 – which features specially commissioned cover art by Allison Katz – will be available to buy. Entry is free but places are limited, so please do reserve via Eventbrite. There will be drinks.

 

23 October 2018 / 18.00 – 19.00

 

RAYMOND ANTROBUS was born in London, Hackney to an English mother and Jamaican father. He is the author of Shapes & Disfigurements, To Sweeten Bitter and The Perseverance. In 2018 he was awarded The Geoffrey Dearmer Prize, (Judged by Ocean Vuong), for his poem ‘Sound Machine’.

He is the recipient of fellowships from Cave Canem, Complete Works 3 and Jerwood Compton. He is also one of the world’s first recipients of an MA in Spoken Word education from Goldsmiths University. Raymond is a founding member of Chill Pill and Keats House Poets Forum and is a board member at The Poetry School. His poems have been published in POETRY, Poetry Review, The Deaf Poets Society, as well as in anthologies from Bloodaxe, Peepal Tree Press and Nine Arches.

 

PATRICK LANGLEY is an editor at Art Agenda and a contributing editor at The White Review. Arkady is his first novel.

 

 


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