The White Review No.6


The Fishermen by Jack Cox (Fiction)

The Prosaic Sublime of Béla Tarr (Essay)

Interview with China Miéville (Interview)

What Kind Of Spider Understands Arachnaphobia by Matt Connors (Art)

Poems by Emily Berry, Olivia McCannon and Dan O’Brien (Poetry) 

Stolen Luck by Helen DeWitt (Fiction)

Interview with Edmund de Waal (Interview)

The Age of Brass by Hugh Foley (Essay)

Hiroshima by Erik van der Weijde (Art)

He was the first one in the office in the morning… by Garth Weiser (Art)

Interview with Julia Kristeva (Interview)

The Literary Conference by César Aira (tr. Katherine Silver) (Fiction)

Fragments from Archilochus in the North by Sarah Hesketh (Poetry)

The Literary Ouroboros by Scott Esposito (Essay)


Cover by Matt Connors



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Interview with Max Neumann

TR. Andrea Scrima

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Art and its Functions: Recent Work by Luke Hart

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Forgetting: Chang'e Descends to Earth, or Chang'e Escapes to the Moon

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Source Material   Her story is widely known. At first she stayed in heaven, then she followed a man...


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