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Narratively Apr 20
Sign up for and make Monday mornings anticipation-worthy with the very best new first-person writing from , , , , , , & delivered to your inbox!
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Granta Apr 20
‘The skill, I saw, lay in skirting close enough to what appeared to be the truth without allowing what you actually felt about it to regain its power over you.’ An extract from Kudos, the final novel in Rachel Cusk’s trilogy.
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Vik Shirley Apr 20
Love these poems by . "Fear is a scoop/of ice cream swallowed whole."
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Granta Apr 19
‘We have to help the whale Daddy.’ The struggle to save a beached whale in a new short story from John Connell.
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Faber & Faber Apr 19
The very first episode of the is available to listen to now! Presented by and – with studio guests and and audio postcards from Ocean Vuong, and Vahni Capildeo
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Rachael Allen Mar 26
'There is no shame in healing There is no shame in getting better All those healthy children The time in-between When you feel that poetry is the last thing you need That’s the time you need poetry most of all' 's 'Snakes'
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Granta Apr 18
‘The first cat I had was run over. The second one I lost when my wife and I split up.’ – Michel Laub 🐱🐶🦊🐵🦁🐴🐷🐮 🐭🐻🐼
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RSL Apr 18
We are delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2018 Prize for writing best evoking a sense of place: Kushanava Choudhury, Xiaolu Guo, , , Fiona Mozley () and .
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Granta Apr 17
‘Whereas / Ways that save us all are held / In reserve.’ New poetry by Swati Rana, for our Animalia issue.
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Sinéad Gleeson Apr 16
Two incredible new poems by over at . So looking forward to her book this summer.
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Granta Apr 17
‘The skill, I saw, lay in skirting close enough to what appeared to be the truth without allowing what you actually felt about it to regain its power over you.’ An extract from Kudos, the final novel in Rachel Cusk’s trilogy.
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Anne Meadows Apr 17
Contender for the most beautiful book of 2018: the new novel from Yoko Tawada, author of MEMOIRS OF A POLAR BEAR and winner of the inaugural Warwick Prize, translated by Margaret Mitsutani, out June
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DMU English Apr 17
‘After forty years putting down roots in another country, can you really go back home and fit in as if nothing has happened?’ A moving memoir piece on 'wandering'... via
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Literary Hub Apr 16
Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Pulitzer Prizes!
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Granta Apr 16
‘She wants to overflow the sink of her mouth. There are birds in her throat, opening their beaks.’ Two new poems by Amy Key
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Shelagh Plunkett Apr 14
A little something something from about the porous boundaries between fiction and nonfiction.
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Christina Wood Martinez Apr 14
Innumerable thank yous to for the kind words about my story, The Astronaut, in yesterday. A pretty lucky Friday the 13th
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Stacey Martin Apr 14
Saturday read from : "If you’re willing to get a kink in your neck, you can watch the gods play out their wars, dashing lightning bolts all over the ceilings."
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Arpita Chakroborty Apr 14
Dear , Reading 'The Wanderers' at just made my day. "They only need to spread their vast wings and they’re carried on the wind’s currents. But it’s also true that if there’s no wind, they can’t fly." Thank you for the experience.
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MARTA  SKR Apr 15
"When I write criticism I’m in such a protected position: here are my arguments, here are my blessed opinions, here is my textual evidence, here my rhetorical flourish. One feels very pleased with oneself. Fiction has none of these defences." —Zadie Smith in
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