The White Review is a quarterly arts, culture and politics journal published in print and online, and established on a non-profit economic model. The website is updated with new, usually web-only content in the first week of each month. The journal was conceived as a platform to promote contemporary writing and art, and to bring new work to a wider audience. It takes its name and a degree of inspiration from La Revue Blanche, a Parisian magazine which ran from 1889 to 1903.
This issue includes: Weeping Machines by Deborah Levy (Fiction) Brian Dillon (Interview) Poems by Ben Parker, David Lebor, Tom Chivers and Nia Davies (Poetry) A Wedding by Jesse Ball (Fiction) Untitled by Nick van Woert (Art) Notes on an Unfamiliar Poetry by Orlando Reade (Essay) Poems by Michael Horovitz (Poetry) Juergen Teller (Interview & Art) Poems by Andy Brown and Sarah Howe (Poetry) If Not Now, When? by Rye Dag Holmboe (Essay) A Letter That Never Reached England by Matt Lomas (Fiction) Poems by Paul Hoover and James Brookes (Poetry) To Give Shape To Life: The Land Art of Julie Brook by Robert Assaye (Art) Ahdaf Soueif (Interview) Tibetan Kitsch by Evan Harris (Essay) Cover: Not Yet Titled by Landon Metz Poster insert: Renaissance Afternoon by Gabriele Beveridge
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