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The European Review of Books is a magazine of culture and ideas, in English and in a writer’s own tongue. They publish book-length print issues three times a year, and digital pieces each week.
No review of books reviews only books, nor does it merely review. They publish many kinds of writing: fiction, travelogue, provocation, parody, poem, come what may. In general they champion the essayistic mode. A good essay is the antidote to the measly opinion, the enemy of the airy platitude. They want avenues to the arcane, the profane, the grand.
Issue Three of the ERB arrives in fuchsia and brims with new writing from Europe and beyond.
Rem Koolhaas on Mies van der Rohe, Sarah Watling on Edda Mussolini, Fernanda Eberstadt on the crime-solving programmers & botanists of Forensic Architecture. Death in philosophy & biology, and a lively tragic optimism for a doomed planet. Ukrainian jokes, romance in Kuala Lumpur and a defense of global Englisch: words & worlds found in translation. All with the ERB’s remarkable print design: turn the pages to read, but cut the pages for a second layer of depth and digression.
Published by The European Review of Books
Softcover, French fold binding design
200 x 270 mm