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    Distributor: Publishers Group Canada Supplies to:CA Availability: Available Excluding:Jun 17, 2020 On Sale Date:Sep 21, 2018 Carton Quantity:18 $29.95 CAD
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The White Review No.22
Edited by: Zeljka Marosevic Edited by: Francesca Wade Contributions by: Maria Hummer
9780995743748 Paperback, Trade English General Trade LITERARY COLLECTIONS / Essays Sep 21, 2018
$29.95 CAD
Active 7.2 x 10.1 x 0.55 in | 520 gr 200 pages 32 color illustrations Fitzcarraldo Editions
The White Review is an arts and literature quarterly magazine, with triannual print and monthly online editions. The magazine launched in London in February 2011 to provide ‘a space for a new generation to express itself unconstrained by form, subject or genre’, and publishes fiction, essays, interviews with writers and artists, poetry, and series of artworks. It takes its name and a degree of inspiration fromLa Revue Blanche, a Parisian magazine which ran from 1889 to 1903.

The White Review features a roundtable discussion on the modern university. Following on from the recent strike action staged by university staff and students against cuts to pensions, our panel discusses marketisation, workers’ rights, academic vocation and campus sexual harassment.

We present an essay on Berghain, techno and queer identity by Julia Bell, a luminous piece by Quinn Latimer exploring the literary and political symbolism of women on fire, and an essay by Scholastique Mukasonga (translated by Melanie Mauthner) on the Rukarara River as a memory and a symbol. We are delighted to present an interview with Jenny Offill on climate change, the writing process and her famous phrase ‘art monster’, alongside wide-ranging conversations with the poet Danez Smith and artist Kerstin Brätsch.

We’re excited to publish a portfolio of poems by Lucy Mercer, winner of the inaugural White Review Poet’s Prize, alongside poetry by John McCullough and Alex Bell. We present dystopian fiction by Maria Hummer, which explores love in a virtual reality world, and the strange and disturbing ‘Reunion’ by Vera Giaconi (translated by Megan McDowell), alongside an extract from Chloe Aridjis’s hotly anticipated forthcoming novel Sea Monsters. Series of artworks are presented from Andrea Büttner and Barbara Kasten.
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