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Martians, mushrooms and nationhood: new fiction by Margaret Atwood.
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Luke Neima Nov 18
On winning the prize Anuk said books shouldn't be compared – writers aren't race car drivers. Literature is something that happens in silence. He's donating the prize to NGOs working in Sri Lanka, with the Rohingya community, and the people of Kashmir.
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Luke Neima Nov 18
Congratulations to Anuk Arudpragasam, winner of the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature for his book The Story of a Brief Marriage!
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This story deals with topics that may cause trauma invoked by memories of past abuse for survivors and intergenerational survivors of the residential school system.
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. tells the remarkable story of three boys who tried to walk home across the Canadian Arctic in 1972.
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and the winner of the 2017 is ... Anuk Arudpragasam! 🎉📚
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Granta Nov 17
Discoveries: a collection of great articles that we didn't publish (and one or two that we did).
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L’Auberge takes a relaxed approach, but is it a benevolent institution? New fiction from Naben Ruthrum.
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Granta Books Nov 17
Can books change history? Author of The Written World, Martin Puchner, names the ten that did just that for
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‘I dreamed of dictionaries. I crammed myself with liquorice, honeymoons, caramels.’ Larry Tremblay, tr. Sheila Fischman
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.'s international Cundill History Prize will announce its 2017 winner at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts tonight:
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A huge congratulations to Yoko Tawada, whose polar bear memoir has won the Warwick Women in Translation Prize.
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Congratulations to Nicola Barker, winner of the 2017 Goldsmiths Prize with her novel H(A)PPY.
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Granta Books Nov 16
Congratulations to Masha Gessen and her new book The Future is History which has won a award
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Luke Neima Nov 15
kicks off with a session of Pung Cholom
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For Day of the Imprisoned Writer, Kamila Shamsie writes to missing human rights activist Razan Zaitouneh
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‘Language falls apart, twists, reformulates, shatters and revives itself.’ Guest-editors and Catherine Leroux introduce our new issue
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Waterstones Gower St Nov 15
Tonight! best of Young Spanish author Andrés Barba reads from his brilliant novella . Don't miss it! 📚🍷
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Granta Nov 14
‘I see them as alpine spruce, tall sentries on the mountain slopes’ New poetry by Kim Fu from our latest issue
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Granta Nov 14
Three iconic ballets. Two stunning double bills. Don't miss at the London Coliseum from 9 – 20 January:
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