We’re big fans of The White Review, an elegant, bookish literary reader that’s now been published since 2011.
The White Review came about when Benjamin Eastham and Jacques Testard perceived the need for a multidisciplinary journal that collected short fiction, interviews and artwork in a format they believed did not then exist in British literary culture. This format, too, they believed, should aesthetically seductive. And that is pretty much what you get today.
Issue 21 marks a redesign and a new editorial team lead by Zeljka Marosevic and Franseca Wade.