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The White Review No.3 - London Launch with Marina Warner and Richard Wentworth

Thursday 13th October 2011 6pm - 8:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Free Event

The White Review, a new arts and literature quarterly, launches its third issue featuring new fiction, essays, reportage, poetry, artwork and interviews with Will Self, Marina Warner and Elmgreen & Dragset. To celebrate the launch, sculptor Richard Wentworth will be in conversation with acclaimed writer and critic Marina Warner on contemporary art and literature in an evening of drinks and discussion moderated by White Review editors Benjamin Eastham and Jacques Testard.

Venue: The Gallery at Foyles
Tickets: Free. Please email editors@thewhitereview.org to reserve a place.

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