The White Review 24

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Pub Date: 05/28/2019

Pages: 190

Trim: 7 x 10

Publisher: Fitzcarraldo Editions

Imprint: Fitzcarraldo Editions

ISBN 13: 9780995743762

ISBN 10: 0995743762

Price: $20.00 / $28.95 CAN

The White Review 24

By Zeljka Marosevic, Francesca Wade, Rebecca Tamás, Jenny Erpenbeck, Zakia Uddin, Renate Bertlmann, Heather Christle, Nael Eltoukhy, Sanya Kantarovsky, Karen McCarthy Woolf, Anthea Hamilton, N J Stallard, Mary Ruefle, Ariana Harwicz

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About the Book

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.

About the Book

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.

Author

'The Songs of Hecate'Interview'Vashti'ArtPoetry'What Everybody Knows'ArtPoetryInterviewPoetryInterviewCompared to Nathalie Sarraute, Virginia Woolf and Sylvia Plath, Ariana Harwicz is one of the most radical figures in contemporary Argentinian literature. Her prose is characterized by its violence, eroticism, irony and direct criticism to the clichés surrounding the notions of the family and conventional relationships. Born in Buenos Aires in 1977, Harwicz studied screenwriting and drama in Argentina, and earned a first degree in Performing Arts from the University of Paris VII as well as a Master’s degree in comparative literature from the Sorbonne. She has taught screenwriting and written two plays, which have been staged in Buenos Aires. She directed the documentary El día del Ceviche (Ceviche’s Day), which has been shown at festivals in Argentina, Brazil, Cuba and Venezuela. Her first novel, Die, My Love received rave reviews and was named best novel of 2012 by the Argentinian daily La Nación. It is currently being adapted for theatre in Buenos Aires and in Israel. She is considered to be at the forefront of the so-called new Argentinian fiction, together with other female writers such as Selva Almada, Samanta Schweblin, Mariana Enríquez and Gabriela Cabezón Cámara.