The White Review at Burgess Foundation

Sarah-Clare Conlon, Literature Editor
Luke Brown, contributor to The White Review.
Luke Brown.

The White Review at International Anthony Burgess Foundation (IABF), Manchester, 30 April 2018, free entry - Visit now

Multiply praised arts and literature quarterly The White Review is in town with a showcase of talent and readings from recent contributors to the magazine (another contributor, Reke Scheffler, appears at the IABF earlier in the month; see here). Two happen to be working at The University of Manchester’s Centre for New Writing – one, the Centre’s current writer in residence Kayo Chingonyi (alongside Joanna Walsh) is also poetry editor for TWR. He’ll be giving us a taste of his multi-prizelisted poetry debut Kumakanda, while the other, creative writing lecturer Luke Brown and author of the novel My Biggest Lie, will read from his forthcoming novel first extracted in the magazine.

Joining them are Sophie Mackintosh, winner of The White Review Story Prize 2016, and reading from her debut novel The Water Cure in its week of publication by Hamish Hamilton (who called her “a radical new voice in literary fiction” after they acquired the book following a seven-way auction). Nicole Flattery, winner of The White Review Story Prize 2017, meanwhile, will be previewing her forthcoming collection. The free event will be hosted by The White Review editors Željka Maroševic and Francesca Wade.

The White Review at International Anthony Burgess Foundation (IABF), Manchester

30 April 2018 7:00 pm
Free entry

Things to do right now

Powered by culturehosts
MFDF 2022
Festivals Until 2 October 2022,

Manchester Food and Drink Festival 2022

Cinema Until 3 October 2022, from £9.95

Not Just Bollywood at HOME

Music Until 5 October 2022, from £5.50

Sounds of Nature at The Stoller Hall

The Glass Menagerie at the Royal Exchange
Theatre Until 8 October 2022, from £10.00

The Glass Menagerie at the Royal Exchange

Women in Comedy Festival 2022
Comedy 1–10 October 2022, from £3.00

Women in Comedy Festival 2022

Electric Gamebox at the arndale
Childrens Until 22 October 2022, from £5.00

Electric Gamebox at The Arndale

Victoria Baths Guided Tour
Activity Until 26 October 2022, from £6

Victoria Baths Guided Tour

Illustration entitled ‘Because you cannot tame something so happily wild’ by Emily Hughes showing painted animals in a woodland setting
Exhibitions Until 30 October 2022, FREE

Picture This at The Lowry

vegan super club
Activity Until 25 November 2022, from £50

Supper Club at the Vegetarian Society Cookery School

Elizabeth Gaskell's House garden. Photo by Chris Tucker
Literature Until 11 December 2022, from £4.50

Book sale at Elizabeth Gaskell’s House

autumn season at z-arts
Families Until 30 December 2022, FREE

Autumn season at Z-arts

Activity Until 31 December 2022, from £9

Skyliner: Alternative Tours of Manchester