The White Review Anthology

Published by The White Review (2017)
400 Pages, 21.5 x 15 cm, Paperback

Founded in 2011 by Benjamin Eastham and Jacques Testard to provide a space for a new generation to express itself unconstrained by form, subject or genre, The White Review quickly established itself as one of the leading literary magazines. The editors have selected twenty of the best pieces of original writing published in the magazine. The anthology includes fiction by Anne Carson, Chris Kraus, China Miéville, Álvaro Enrigue and inaugural White Review Short Story Prize winner Claire-Louise Bennett, alongside essays on the decline in British fiction, écriture féminine, Frieze Art Fair and Syrian refugees, by contributors including Deborah Levy, Lauren Elkin, Patrick Langley, Lars Iyer and Alexander Christie-Miller.