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Granta 14h
We’re very glad to be able to share an excerpt from 's latest novel, A Ladder to the Sky. A character sketch of Gore Vidal, at home in his famous Swallow’s Nest along the Amalfi Coast:
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Sulaiman Addonia on how Degas inspired his writing:
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Nuala O'Connor Nov 11
You can vote in the Irish Book Awards until 23rd Nov. My shortlisted story 'Gooseen' is about Nora Barnacle, wife and muse of . @granta_magazine
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EllahWakatamaAllfrey 21h
This is probably my favourite interview ever. My thanks to for thoughtful questions and an insightful write up. And now back to work!
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Granta Nov 9
‘Poetry needs to wholly kiss, have holy intensity.’ Nuar Alsadir on the craft of writing empathy for
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the château of my heart Nov 9
just for a while i love life i love being alive one day after another forever. what’s next. — Sophie Robinson , from “sunshine belt machine”
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Jean McNeil Nov 9
'Ghosts', the current issue of is here; many strong contributions but 's evocation of past, present and future in childhood Rome and a phenomenal extract from (UEA grad) 's new novel Heaven stand out so far. 💥⚡️
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Granta Nov 9
‘Why have I strayed so far? The paths of human thought really are mysterious.’ – Daša Drndić, trans. from the Croatian by Celia Hawkesworth.
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Dave Haslam Nov 9
This Monday at Waterstone's Deansgate I'll be hosting writer Will Ashon, in a discussion about his brilliant book about the seminal album 'Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)' Grab tickets here;
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Granta Books Nov 9
Replying to @tommyleehodgson
But what an admirable job you did! And so speedily too. Extra credit
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Granta Nov 9
Dionne Brand reads from ‘The Blue Clerk’, her contribution to Granta 141: Canada. ‘I will have cleaned out all of my doubt, all of my prevarication, all of my timidity.’
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Granta Nov 8
. on the time when Queen moved into her childhood home:
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Eddie Ramones Nov 8
When you go crazy, you don’t have the slightest inclination to read anything Foucault ever wrote about culture and madness.
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la peste 🤹🏼‍♀️ Nov 7
thank you for publishing my longest poem that thinks through those abortions we have forever, and also dip. But also clowns.
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Jess Row Nov 6
My story “Radical Sufficiency” appears in the new issue of Granta. It’s about robot porn and the end of capitalism, which are (maybe? hopefully?) the same thing
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ScreenCraft Nov 7
Now accepting entries! Early deadline TODAY 11/7. Enter at 🏆 This year's jury features editors and writers from The Paris Review, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Granta Magazine and more.
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New Yorker Fiction Oct 30
"Our relationship—or whatever it was—lasted almost four years, until I was eighteen, a freshman in college, and Sam was around thirty, still working at the warehouse": a memoir by Victor Lodato.
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Granta Nov 7
‘I behaved normally my good friend quietly asked me to stop being cruel to her I was very disturbed told her I didn’t feel well’ A new poem by .
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Granta Books Nov 7
Manchester, join us on Monday 12 November for an evening with discussing his new book Chamber Music, about the Wu-Tang Clan's debut album. Tickets:
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Longreads Nov 6
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