The White Review No. 2
Tomorrow The White Review will launch its second issue. We were so fortunate to get a sneak preview in this beautiful designed magazine – a feast for the eyes, but more important for the mind since it’s a magazine focussed on in-depth interviews, short stories, poetry, essays, reportage and just a little artwork and photography.
The second issue includes fiction by Joshua Cohen and Diego Trelles Paz, reportage by Annabel Howard on the Neapolitan religious festival of Montervergine, essays on the politics of French literature and artistic collaboration and poetry by Lee Rourke, Ahren Warner and Graham Foust.
And one for the eyes: Each issue – around 200 pages long – is printed on luxurious cream paper using a bespoke typeface and includes a dust jacket that unfolds as a limited edition print. Get your copy at The White Review or at one of the independent bookshops across London, Paris, Berlin or New York.