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‘Delhi is a segregated city; an impenetrable, wary city – a city with a fondness for barbed wire, armed guards and guest lists.’ – Rana Dasgupta
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Granta Jan 22
Join us and for just £6 at for this tremendous event with two of the most exciting short story authors writing today
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Jana Prikryl Jan 21
violence and the body and art and death! I have two new poems up
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Granta Jan 21
‘the way a bedsheet hides from her her labor when the scalpel’s in it, come along behind one friend in front of another’ Two new poems by .
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Granta Jan 21
Don’t miss our event on 12 Feb : & Devorah Baum will be in conversation to celebrate the launch of our winter issue, The Politics of Feeling.
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Alexander Chee Jan 20
How I love this new story from , "No Machine Could Do It," at :
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Granta Jan 19
‘It may not work, but believe me: it’ll smudge the distance that separates us from those who are closest to us.’ A story by Hernán Díaz.
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Granta Jan 18
‘i had 107 problems & i named them all to keep them safe (each of them is called ‘<3’) / & then i kissed them on the back and sides, i brushed their hair & called them my baby diamonds.’ Three poems by Sophie Robinson.
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Fitzcarraldo Editions Jan 16
We’re looking for a full-time publicist. Deadline for applications is 1 February. Details here:
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Granta Jan 17
On the 20th February, join Devorah Baum in conversation with Josh Cohen, author of the critically acclaimed new novel, Not Working, as they discuss the politics of feeling and many other topics featured in Granta's latest issue.
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Granta Jan 17
Join us on the 12th Feb at the London Review Bookshop as we celebrate the publication of Granta Issue 146 with Peter Pomerantsev and Devorah Baum.
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Picador Books Jan 16
"Mao II, a mordantly funny, casually prescient, hypnotically condensed novel about art, about terror, is one of my favourite DeLillo books. It is short, loosely plotted but simultaneously tight as a drum" via
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Curtis Brown, Ltd Jan 16
"The upshot was that I had the keys to a university car, oceans of time and Ursula K. Le Guin." A must-read, moving tribute to in
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Granta Jan 16
‘I do not care much, although my heart is racing, and somehow I want everyone to know.’ A new short story by Lucy Ives.
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hidden europe Jan 16
Published 13 years ago this week, and still a brilliant read. "How to Write about Africa" by Kenyan satirist Binyavanga Wainaina in "Treat Africa as if it were one country" Essential reading for budding travel writers.
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Granta Jan 16
‘We hoped it wasn’t going to be as bad as we thought, but it was. We realised that the announced railway strike had a dark side as well.’ Jan Vegter’s remarkable visual and written record of the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands, tr. Theo de Feyter.
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charlotte geater 🥞 Jan 12
i have not stopped thinking about these astonishing, beautiful poems since they were published here
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Naheed Patel Jan 12
have you had a baby? do you pump breastmilk and question the meaning of existence? if yes, then you’ll enjoy this story by in :
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Young Writer Award Jan 14
"They were raised by the bell. The bell told them when to get up, when to lay down. When to eat, when to wash, when to work..." An extract from 2018 winner 's KINGS OF THE YUKON now in :
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T. S. Eliot Prize Jan 14
And the winner of the T. S. Eliot Prize 2018 is... Hannah Sullivan with 'Three Poems', published by Congratulations to Hannah and all at Faber!
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