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Please support The White Review, a London-based quarterly journal supporting emerging artists and writers. Since launching in 2011, we've published 14 issues in print, each one combining essays, interviews, poetry, fictions and series of artworks, dozens of monthly online issues, and presented over 50 live readings, performances and screenings.

Staffed by volunteers, The White Review nonetheless pays writers for their contributions. With this campaign, we aim to raise £15,000 to help us print our next three issues, organise more free events around the United Kingdom (attended by more than 3,000 people over the past 18 months) and continue to support and promote the best new art and writing. 

The White Review is made possible by the dedication of all those who contribute to it – whether as editors, writers, artists – and the continued support of all of our readers. Please help us to continue to bring the best art and literature to new audiences.

— THE EDITORS

Rewards

We have a range of rewards to incite you to part with your hard-earned cash, ranging from specially designed limited edition postcards by various artists including Turner-prize winners Martin Creed and Jeremy Deller (very affordable) to a walk around London with novelist and psychogeographer Will Self for four people (expensive).

Other rewards for pledges in support of the magazine include: a limited edition psychedelic gore print designed by the late, great Mike Kelley and signed by Chris Kraus (slightly pricier); a cycling tour of one of London's lost rivers with Cyclogeography author Jon Day (not too expensive if you already own a bike); a rare limited edition box-set proof of Garth Risk Hallberg's City on Fire (they wouldn't give us Franzen); an appraisal of the first 10,000 words of your manuscript by Serpent's Tail publisher Hannah Westland (the best publisher of new British writers); dinner and advice on your writing (or anything else) with Booker-longlisted author Ned Beauman, plus a signed and dedicated print out of an unpublished short story (truly a bargain); and a handwritten manuscript page from Joshua Cohen's Book of Numbers and Tom McCarthy's Satin Island respectively (we already told you Franzen said no!).

Book bundles from publishers such as Hamish Hamilton, Fitzcarraldo Editions, Granta Books and the Folio Society will also be on offer. Don't forget, too, that you can subscribe to the magazine or buy a back issue through our campaign!

Join the editors and Tom McCarthy, Heather Phillipson, Kevin Breathnach, and other contributors for a benefit to support The White Review on 1 October!

The White Review's Kickstarter campaign will end with a party on 1 October at the Bethnal Green Working Men's Club, with readings by Tom McCarthy, Heather Phillipson, Kevin Breathnach and others. 

Please join us for a fun night. For everyone who has spent time in queues outside, or been turned away from, our recent events, this very reasonably priced ticket will secure you a place.

All pledges of £5 and above will be invited to the party.  

Here’s what we’ll do with your help.

Your money will help us bring the next three issues (15, 16, 17) into print, and will support nine monthly online editions. It will also help us to continue running our programme of events across the UK and abroad, and, most importantly, to keep paying our contributors. 

More about The White Review

The White Review is a quarterly arts journal, with print and online editions. It takes its name and a degree of inspiration from La Revue Blanche, a Parisian magazine that ran from 1889 to 1903. Launched by Jacques Testard and Ben Eastham in February 2011 to provide 'a space for a new generation to express itself unconstrained by form, subject or genre', The White Review has since published fiction, essays, interviews with writers and artists, poetry, and series of artworks over fourteen print issues. Each edition is designed and art directed by Ray O’Meara, and features a bespoke typeface and a fold-down dust-jacket by a different artist each time that doubles up as a limited edition print.

The White Review has consistently attracted the very best writers and artists to its pages, thanks to its attention to design and quality, careful curation of content, its prioritisation of the relationship between writers and editors, and its emphasis on innovative forms of artistic expression. Each print issue of the magazine, typically 185-195 pages long, features a range of content, including: 

- Three interviews with established writers and artists. These have included Lydia Davis, Tom McCarthy, China Miéville, Elmgreen & Dragset, Will Self, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Marina Warner, Richard Wentworth, Luc Tuymans, John Stezaker, Juergen Teller, Will Self, Ben Lerner, Mark Leckey, Pierre Guyotat, Alice Oswald, Yvonne Rainer, Paula Rego, Edmund de Waal, Gustav Metzger, Ben Marcus, Vladimir Sorokin, Chris Kraus, Rebecca Solnit, Deborah Levy, Lydia Davis, Jacques Rancière and Camille Henrot. 

- Fiction by both established and emerging authors in English and in translation. Writers of fction published in The White Review include China Miéville, Nicola Barker, Chris Kraus, Lydia Davis, Sheila Heti, Alvaro Enrigue, Natasha Soobramanien & Luke Williams, Joanna Kavenna, Helen Oyeyemi, László Krasznahorkai, Deborah Levy, Emmanuel Carrère, Francesco Pacifico, Ryu Murakami, Greg Baxter, Patrick Langley, Joshua Cohen, Jesse Loncraine, Helen DeWitt, Peter Stamm and Edouard Levé. 

- Poetry by established and emerging poets in English and in translation, such as Nobel Prize for Literature laureate Herta Müller, the great American poet John Ashbery, Keston Sutherland, Yves Bonnefoy, Sam Riviere, Emily Berry, Sarah Howe, Michael Horovitz, Rachael Allen, Oli Hazzard, Adam Fitzgerald, Rebecca Tamas, Sophie Collins, George Szirtes and Togara Muzanenhamo. 

- Long essays on topics as varied as the architecture of contemporary London, the parlous state of British fiction, literary formalism in the internet era, the future of European philosophy, the Eastern European flmmaker Belá Tarr and transgender religious festivals in Italy. These essays go through at least three and as many as five or six drafs before publication: a demonstration of our firm commitment to a thorough editorial process. 

- Art series by new and established artists such as Marcel Dzama, Paula Rego, John Stezaker, Juergen Teller, JH Engstrom, Camille Henrot, Garth Weiser, Matt Connors, Claudia Wieser, Sarah Jones, Victoria Jenkins, Henning Bohl, Oliver Osborne, Jeff Keen and Mark Mulroney. 

- A limited edition dust-jacket with original artwork by artists from around the world. Artists featured on the cover of The White Review have included Viktor Timofeev, Franziska Holstein, Mai-Thu Perret, Sue Williams, Natasha Cox and Raphael Garnier. 

In addition, The White Review runs an annual short story prize open to writers in the UK and Ireland who are yet to secure a publishing deal. It rewards emerging writers that explore and expand the possibilities of the short story form, generously supported by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation. The winner of the 2013 Prize was Claire-Louise Bennett; the winner of the 2014 Prize was Ruby Cowling; this year's prize was won by Owen Booth. 

Praise for The White Review:

‘Packed with varied, unexpected material in all kinds of forms, The White Review brings a message from the future: it rises to meet readers’ and writers’ continuing needs to experience art and literature in a sensuous, delectable form; and it gives me the feeling that I have my finger on the pulse.’ — Marina Warner

‘One of the best magazines in Europe.’ — Hans Ulrich Obrist

The White Review is a thing of beauty.’ — Vogue

‘Nothing less than a cultural revolution.’ — Deborah Levy 

‘Alarmingly elegant … it’s good to see young Londoners doing a little magazine with style.’ — Lorin Stein, editor of the Paris Review

‘Sumptuous … a list of contributors growing in stature much like the publication itself. — New York Times

‘A quarterly out to push the possibilities of the format’ — Metro

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Camille Henrot, winner of the Silver Lion at the Venice Biennale and one of the world's most sought-after young artists, has created this drawing especially for The White Review. You can get it as a limited edition postcard for just £10!
Camille Henrot, winner of the Silver Lion at the Venice Biennale and one of the world's most sought-after young artists, has created this drawing especially for The White Review. You can get it as a limited edition postcard for just £10!
For £50 – a mystery Four Corners Books bundle, which includes 4 titles from Familiars, series that asks artist to respond to classic novels and short stories.
For £50 – a mystery Four Corners Books bundle, which includes 4 titles from Familiars, series that asks artist to respond to classic novels and short stories.
For £35 – a unique, hand-made concrete poem made by the Serpentine gallery director, Hans Ulrich Obrist
For £35 – a unique, hand-made concrete poem made by the Serpentine gallery director, Hans Ulrich Obrist
For £35 – hand-made concrete poems by Hans Ulrich Obrist. Each unique and signed by HUO.
For £35 – hand-made concrete poems by Hans Ulrich Obrist. Each unique and signed by HUO.
For £35 – Hans Ulrich Obrist's mysterious word pictures.
For £35 – Hans Ulrich Obrist's mysterious word pictures.
For £20 – 'All In Due Course', a rare poster for Lawrence Weiner’s solo show at the South London Gallery (2014). Each poster comes with two temporary Lawrence Weiner tattoos.
For £20 – 'All In Due Course', a rare poster for Lawrence Weiner’s solo show at the South London Gallery (2014). Each poster comes with two temporary Lawrence Weiner tattoos.
For £90 – A unique edition of Jason Evans's 'NYLPT', a book of double-exposed photographs. Evans created sticker drawings on one image in 80 copies. Published by MACK.
For £90 – A unique edition of Jason Evans's 'NYLPT', a book of double-exposed photographs. Evans created sticker drawings on one image in 80 copies. Published by MACK.
For £175 – a beautifully designed bookcase from BOOK/SHOP, and four back issues of your choice to start your collection.
For £175 – a beautifully designed bookcase from BOOK/SHOP, and four back issues of your choice to start your collection.
For £50 – Broomberg + Charain’s ‘Holy Bible’, an artist book with the physical form of the King James Version, but overlaid with photographs on every spread, selected from the Archive of Modern Conflict.
For £50 – Broomberg + Charain’s ‘Holy Bible’, an artist book with the physical form of the King James Version, but overlaid with photographs on every spread, selected from the Archive of Modern Conflict.
For £40 – a 728-page tome designed by M/M commemorating the Serpentine Gallery Poetry Marathon 2009, an ambitious two-day event exploring the exchanges between art and poetry.
For £40 – a 728-page tome designed by M/M commemorating the Serpentine Gallery Poetry Marathon 2009, an ambitious two-day event exploring the exchanges between art and poetry.
From £10 – a postcard by influential British artist Richard Wentworth, interviewed in The White Review No. 2. All postcards will be signed and personalised by the editors and delivered through the post to their recipients.
From £10 – a postcard by influential British artist Richard Wentworth, interviewed in The White Review No. 2. All postcards will be signed and personalised by the editors and delivered through the post to their recipients.
From £10 – a postcard by Viktor Timofeev titled 'Soft War 4', made specially for The White Review campaign. Viktor designed the cover of The White Review No. 1
From £10 – a postcard by Viktor Timofeev titled 'Soft War 4', made specially for The White Review campaign. Viktor designed the cover of The White Review No. 1
THE WHITE REVIEW NO. 7: interviews with Luc Tuymans, John Stezaker, Keston Sutherland; essays on the state of British fiction by Jennifer Hodgson and architecture and power by Lawrence Lek; fiction by Peter Stamm; and cover art by Mai-Thu Perret.
THE WHITE REVIEW NO. 7: interviews with Luc Tuymans, John Stezaker, Keston Sutherland; essays on the state of British fiction by Jennifer Hodgson and architecture and power by Lawrence Lek; fiction by Peter Stamm; and cover art by Mai-Thu Perret.
From £10 – a postcard by Marianna Simnett, winner of the 2015 Jerwood/FVU Awards for artists' film. To send the postcard as a gift, please write to editors@thewhitereview.org with the delivery address and we'll include a handwritten dedication.
From £10 – a postcard by Marianna Simnett, winner of the 2015 Jerwood/FVU Awards for artists' film. To send the postcard as a gift, please write to editors@thewhitereview.org with the delivery address and we'll include a handwritten dedication.
THE WHITE REVIEW NO. 10 features Jacques Ranciere, Lydia Davis, Camille Henrot, Benedict Andrews, Chris Kraus, Nicola Barker, Jean-Philippe Toussaint, William E. Jones, Joshua Abelow, Isabelle Wenzel & more.
THE WHITE REVIEW NO. 10 features Jacques Ranciere, Lydia Davis, Camille Henrot, Benedict Andrews, Chris Kraus, Nicola Barker, Jean-Philippe Toussaint, William E. Jones, Joshua Abelow, Isabelle Wenzel & more.
A signed copy of Alice Oswald's limited edition poetry pamphlet, Tithonus, yours for only £30.
A signed copy of Alice Oswald's limited edition poetry pamphlet, Tithonus, yours for only £30.
For £200 – A "psychedelic gore print" designed by Mike Kelley and signed by Chris Kraus. Produced for a three day 'philosophy rave' in the Nevada desert.
For £200 – A "psychedelic gore print" designed by Mike Kelley and signed by Chris Kraus. Produced for a three day 'philosophy rave' in the Nevada desert.
THE WHITE REVIEW No. 11 features Philippe Parreno, Pierre Guyotat, Alice Oswald, Pola Oloixarac, Evan Lavender-Smith, McKenzie Wark, Alexander Christie-Miller, Basia Lewandowska Cummings, Sophie Collins, Gëzim Hajdari, Sarah Jones & more.
THE WHITE REVIEW No. 11 features Philippe Parreno, Pierre Guyotat, Alice Oswald, Pola Oloixarac, Evan Lavender-Smith, McKenzie Wark, Alexander Christie-Miller, Basia Lewandowska Cummings, Sophie Collins, Gëzim Hajdari, Sarah Jones & more.
The Neapolitan novels of the enigmatic Italian writer Elena Ferrante – yours for £30.
The Neapolitan novels of the enigmatic Italian writer Elena Ferrante – yours for £30.
For £200 – A limited edition box-set proof of this years publishing sensation: the extraordinary ‘City on Fire’ by Garth Risk Hallberg
For £200 – A limited edition box-set proof of this years publishing sensation: the extraordinary ‘City on Fire’ by Garth Risk Hallberg
A mint edition of 'Christian Marclay: The Clock' PLUS a catalogue from his most recent show at White Cube signed by the artist. £300.
A mint edition of 'Christian Marclay: The Clock' PLUS a catalogue from his most recent show at White Cube signed by the artist. £300.
For £30 – A year’s subscription to Peirene Press, which specialises in European novellas in translation. Each January The White Review publishes an online issue devoted to literature in translation, edited by Daniel Medin.
For £30 – A year’s subscription to Peirene Press, which specialises in European novellas in translation. Each January The White Review publishes an online issue devoted to literature in translation, edited by Daniel Medin.
For £40 – A salvaged copy of China Mieville's quarterly, Salvage.
For £40 – A salvaged copy of China Mieville's quarterly, Salvage.
Each print issue of The White Review features series by emerging and established artists and photographers.
Each print issue of The White Review features series by emerging and established artists and photographers.
Ryu Murakami, cult Japanese author and filmmaker. For £40, receive four of his novels published in English by Pushkin Press.
Ryu Murakami, cult Japanese author and filmmaker. For £40, receive four of his novels published in English by Pushkin Press.
For £30 – The three-book fiction bundle from Fitzcarraldo Editions
For £30 – The three-book fiction bundle from Fitzcarraldo Editions
The White Review is designed by Ray O'Meara, who created a new typeface for the print magazine.
The White Review is designed by Ray O'Meara, who created a new typeface for the print magazine.
For £30 – A four-book essay bundle from Fitzcarraldo Editions
For £30 – A four-book essay bundle from Fitzcarraldo Editions
From £10 – Emerging British artist Sophie Cundale has designed a limited edition postcard. She contributed this poster to The White Review No. 2 (now sold out)
From £10 – Emerging British artist Sophie Cundale has designed a limited edition postcard. She contributed this poster to The White Review No. 2 (now sold out)
For £30 – The Verso book bundle, featuring McKenzie Wark (who contributed to Issue 12) and Hal Foster (interview in TWR 14)
For £30 – The Verso book bundle, featuring McKenzie Wark (who contributed to Issue 12) and Hal Foster (interview in TWR 14)
A place on the Faber Academy Fiction Skills course, one-day boosters for your creative writing this November – yours for £100.
A place on the Faber Academy Fiction Skills course, one-day boosters for your creative writing this November – yours for £100.
Help us to support new artists and writers by taking out a subscription to the print issue!
Help us to support new artists and writers by taking out a subscription to the print issue!
For £50 - A signed copy of A Partial Eclipse by Turner Prize winner Martin Boyce, a hardback book of photographs from Boyce's private collection, printed on double sided gloss-matte paper.
For £50 - A signed copy of A Partial Eclipse by Turner Prize winner Martin Boyce, a hardback book of photographs from Boyce's private collection, printed on double sided gloss-matte paper.
For £30 – The Granta book bundle, featuring Catherine Lacey and Ben Lerner, both of whom have featured in the interview section of The White Review.
For £30 – The Granta book bundle, featuring Catherine Lacey and Ben Lerner, both of whom have featured in the interview section of The White Review.
For £10 – tickets for two curatorial seminars at the ICA in London, led by Fatos Ustek
For £10 – tickets for two curatorial seminars at the ICA in London, led by Fatos Ustek
For £80 – The Victoria Miro catalogue collection
For £80 – The Victoria Miro catalogue collection
For £300 – The Folio Society bundle. Some of the greatest books of the past hundred years, beautifully produced in slipcased hardback editions.
For £300 – The Folio Society bundle. Some of the greatest books of the past hundred years, beautifully produced in slipcased hardback editions.
For £500 - Two tickets for a personal tour of London with novelist, essayist and psychogeographer Will Self. The author will meet his four urban explorers at a secret location and take them on a 90 minute tour...
For £500 - Two tickets for a personal tour of London with novelist, essayist and psychogeographer Will Self. The author will meet his four urban explorers at a secret location and take them on a 90 minute tour...
For £200 – a handwritten, signed manuscript page of Joshua Cohen's 'Book of Numbers' described by the NY Times as 'more impressive than all but a few novels published this decade'
For £200 – a handwritten, signed manuscript page of Joshua Cohen's 'Book of Numbers' described by the NY Times as 'more impressive than all but a few novels published this decade'
For £50 - a signed copy of "Blossom" by Ben Lerner (poems) and Thomas Demand (photographs)
For £50 - a signed copy of "Blossom" by Ben Lerner (poems) and Thomas Demand (photographs)
For £150 - a limited edition artist's book by Haim Steinbach, OBJECT has a hole punched through the middle. The book is produced by the Paris-based art publishers THREE STAR PRESS.
For £150 - a limited edition artist's book by Haim Steinbach, OBJECT has a hole punched through the middle. The book is produced by the Paris-based art publishers THREE STAR PRESS.
For £50 - a set of Penguin Essentials, with 10 books redesigned by 10 designers
For £50 - a set of Penguin Essentials, with 10 books redesigned by 10 designers
For £150 - a cycling tour with Jon Day along one of London's lost rivers. Jon Day is the author of 'Cyclogeography' (Notting Hill Editions), an account of his time as a London bike courier and a cultural history of cycling.
For £150 - a cycling tour with Jon Day along one of London's lost rivers. Jon Day is the author of 'Cyclogeography' (Notting Hill Editions), an account of his time as a London bike courier and a cultural history of cycling.
For £400 - The White Review's art director Ray O’Meara - one of the most sought after designers in London - will design an invitation for your special event.
For £400 - The White Review's art director Ray O’Meara - one of the most sought after designers in London - will design an invitation for your special event.
'Circle I' by John Stezaker, (2013). For £120 we're offering a bundle of five John Stezaker artist books, courtesy of The Approach. Stezaker was interviewed in our seventh print issue.
'Circle I' by John Stezaker, (2013). For £120 we're offering a bundle of five John Stezaker artist books, courtesy of The Approach. Stezaker was interviewed in our seventh print issue.
The White Review No. 1 - long ago sold out, but available to those of you who choose the complete set of White Reviews to this point, several of which are no longer available.
The White Review No. 1 - long ago sold out, but available to those of you who choose the complete set of White Reviews to this point, several of which are no longer available.
The White Review No. 9
The White Review No. 9
For £500 - You can own a full set of The White Review - numbers 1 to 14. Early editions, now sold out, are collectors' items, and this is the last chance to own the entire list.
For £500 - You can own a full set of The White Review - numbers 1 to 14. Early editions, now sold out, are collectors' items, and this is the last chance to own the entire list.
For £500 - Courtesy of London's Chisenhale Galley, a signed, numbered edition of Rachel Whiteread's photographic work 'Installation of Ghost, 1990 - 2012'. (Edition of 100 + 25 AP)
For £500 - Courtesy of London's Chisenhale Galley, a signed, numbered edition of Rachel Whiteread's photographic work 'Installation of Ghost, 1990 - 2012'. (Edition of 100 + 25 AP)
A bespoke handmade boxed assemblage made to your specifications by Max Porter. Give Max a theme and he will create a unique box – yours for £200.
A bespoke handmade boxed assemblage made to your specifications by Max Porter. Give Max a theme and he will create a unique box – yours for £200.
For £200 – A signed and framed limited edition poster by Adam Broomberg + Oliver Chanarin, featuring a quote by Stuart Holmes chosen by the artists and screenprinted onto the International New York Times. Every poster is unique.
For £200 – A signed and framed limited edition poster by Adam Broomberg + Oliver Chanarin, featuring a quote by Stuart Holmes chosen by the artists and screenprinted onto the International New York Times. Every poster is unique.
From £10, a limited edition postcard by Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller.
From £10, a limited edition postcard by Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller.
FANNY, an artist book by Evren Tekinoktay, published by Lubok Verlag, donated by The Approach. Offered as part of a Tekinoktay bundle for £50.
FANNY, an artist book by Evren Tekinoktay, published by Lubok Verlag, donated by The Approach. Offered as part of a Tekinoktay bundle for £50.

Risks and challenges

This campaign will help us to continue to bring the best art and writing to new audiences through our print and online issues, and our live programming. It will allow us to continue to pay writers for their work, encouraging and supporting emerging talents. A charitable organisation staffed by volunteers, The White Review depends upon the support of all a community of readers across the world.

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    A limited edition postcard by Sophie Cundale, signed and numbered by The White Review editors and mailed to you.

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    A limited edition postcard by Camille Henrot, signed and numbered by The White Review editors and mailed to you.

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    A copy of a White Review back issue
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    A first edition hardback of Lars Iyer's novel Wittgenstein Jr, published by Melville House.

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    A copy of the next issue (no. 15), launching in November 2015, with acknowledgement of your name in print as a friend of the magazine.

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    A copy of the next issue (no. 15), launching in November 2015, with acknowledgement of your name in print as a friend of the magazine.

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    A copy of the next issue (no. 15), launching in November 2015, with acknowledgement of your name in print as a friend of the magazine.

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    A copy of the next issue (no. 15), launching in November 2015, with acknowledgement of your name in print as a friend of the magazine.

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    A rare poster for Lawrence Weiner’s 'All In Due Course', a solo show at the South London Gallery (2014). Each poster comes with two temporary Lawrence Weiner tattoos.

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    SPBH Editions Mini-Bundle

    Self Publish, Be Happy celebrates, studies and promotes self-published photobooks. The mini-bundle includes:

    The Academy Year by Rut Blees Luxemburg & Alexander Garcia Duttmann
    SPBH Pamphlet’s I-VI (six paper pamphlets)

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    FABER NEW POETS BUNDLE

    Faber New Poets pamphlets 9-12, By Rachael Allen, Will Burns, Zaffar Kunial, Declan Ryan.

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    ONEWORLD BUNDLE

    Signed copies of Booker-longlisted Marlon James's A Brief History of Seven Killings and Kamel Daoud's The Meursault Investigation, published by Oneworld.

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    VERSO BUNDLE

    A selection of books from Verso Books.

    The WikiLeaks Files: The World According to US Empire by WikiLeaks
    Walter Benjamin’s Archive: Images, Texts, Signs
    by Walter Benjamin
    Bad New Days: Art, Criticism, Emergency by Hal Foster
    The Earth: From Myths to Knowledge by Hubert Krivine
    The Man Who Closed the Asylums by John Foot
    Molecular Red by McKenzie Wark

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    FITZCARRALDO EDITIONS FICTION BUNDLE

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    Zone by Mathias Enard (tr. Charlotte Mandell)
    My Documents by Alejandro Zambra (tr. Megan McDowell)
    Pond by Claire-Louise Bennett

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    GRANTA BOOKS BUNDLE

    A selection of six books from Granta Books.

    10:04 by Ben Lerner
    The Vegetarian by Han Kang (tr. Deborah Smith)
    Wolf in White Van by John Darnielle
    Dept. of Speculation by Jenny Offill
    33 Artists in 3 Acts by Sarah Thornton
    Nobody is Ever Missing by Catherine Lacey

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    A year’s subscription to Peirene Press, a publisher specialising in contemporary European novellas in translation. A Peirene book will arrive at your door in December, May and September.

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    A ticket to the How To Academy event 'How to read Saul Bellow, Herzog' with Zachary Leader, on 14 October, at Waterstone's Piccadilly, London.

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    A ticket to the How To Academy event 'How to read F Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby' with Sarah Churchwell, on 28 October, at Waterstone's Piccadilly, London.

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    A ticket to the How To Academy event 'How to read Thomas De Quincey, Confessions of an English Opium-Eater' with Frances Wilson, on 11 November, at Waterstone's Piccadilly, London.

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    A ticket to the How To Academy event 'How to read Henry James's The Spoils of Poynton' with Jonathan Keates, on 25 November at Waterstone's Piccadilly, London.

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    FITZCARRALDO EDITIONS ESSAY BUNDLE

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    Memory Theatre by Simon Critchley
    On Immunity: An Inoculation by Eula Biss
    It's No Good by Kirill Medvedev (tr. Keith Gessen, Mark Krotov, Cory Merrill & Bela Shayevich)

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