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Granta 7h
Join in conversation with Luke Neima for the final Granta x Teatulia event on 30th May. Evie will be talking about her upcoming novel, The Bass Rock:
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Granta Apr 21
On 23rd May, will join us to speak about writing and about Granta in the third Granta x Teatulia seminar:
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Granta Apr 20
The second event in the Granta x Teatulia seminar series will see novelist discuss his work and workings on 16th May:
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Granta Apr 19
Every Thursday this May, the Granta x seminar series will combine fine tea with fine thinking in the heart of Covent Garden to celebrate Granta’s 40th birthday. Join Howard Jacobson on 9th May for a discussion of the art of essay writing:
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Granta Apr 18
Join us at on 30 April to celebrate 40 years of Granta, with editors and former editors Sigrid Rausing, Ian Jack and in conversation with
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Granta Apr 18
‘For those of us who have spent our lives fighting for cultural space, respect, autonomy, equity – the last thing we need is for our accession, if and when it comes, to be asterisked.’ Nam Le on David Malouf, identity and artistic sovereignty.
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Granta Apr 18
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(3/3)…Ian Jack, Edward W. Said, Diana Athill, Edmund White, Ved Mehta, Alexandra Fuller, Binyavanga Wainaina, Mary Gaitskill, Lydia Davis, Jeanette Winterson and Herta Müller.
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Granta Apr 18
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(2/3)…James Fenton, Primo Levi, Amitav Ghosh, Raymond Carver, Philip Roth, John Gregory Dunne, Ryszard Kapuściński, Joy Williams, Don DeLillo, John Berger, Gabriel García Márquez, Bill Buford, Lindsey Hilsum, Lorrie Moore, Hilary Mantel…
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Granta Apr 18
We're proud to unveil the cover of Granta 147: 40th Birthday Special, designed by Neville Brody. This issue brings together some of the best writing we've published in the past forty years, featuring Angela Carter, Kazuo Ishiguro, Todd McEwen, Bruce Chatwin (1/3)
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The Indigo Press Apr 18
'I said thank you and looked at her in silence. As the lorry sped away, she stood still, her thick curly black hair blowing in the wind.' Read 's dazzling new essay, In Search of Beauty: Blackness as a Poem in Saudi Arabia, for
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Granta Apr 18
‘When she left me, the cherry tree was in bloom, and we lost that spring together.’ This read an excerpt of My Enemy’s Cherry Tree by Wang Ting-Kuo, trans. from the Chinese by Sylvia Li-Chun Lin + Howard Goldblatt
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Granta Apr 17
. on the slow process of rediscovering the beauty of black skin after he moved to Saudi Arabia as a child:
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Adam Warne Apr 17
I read this poem last year by and it was good and I read it again today and it is still good (also has become one of my favourite websites for poems)
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Granta Apr 17
‘What is this? Smells like devilled ham.’ ‘It is devilled ham.’ ‘Starving.’ Must have been: she fucking gobbled it. ‘Grandma and Me’, a story by Thomas McGuane
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Michelle Macklem Apr 17
A tale that begins at the 1992 Culinary Olympics with the first team of Indigenous chefs to ever compete that unravels into a detailed story of Indigenous erasure AND revitalization. A long read but a must read by the incredible on
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Granta Apr 16
‘They throbbed in my hands, the offspring of some strange division. Their fur was fresh and soft.’ New poetry by Jenny George.
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Granta Apr 16
‘Only our governments have the power to stop polluters who’ve shown, again and again through the years, that they’ll put profit over human lives unless we force them to change.’ An excerpt from Choked by
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The Rumpus Apr 12
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Rebecca Tamás Apr 3
I wrote about the power of naming and being named, and about holding onto the intimate, foreign fractures of one’s self, for ⁦⁩. Thanks to them for bringing it into the world 🔪
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The White Review Apr 12
We're delighted to announce the shortlist for the 2019 White Review Short Story Prize. The winner will be announced at a party at the Horse Hospital on 25 April – all are welcome. Read the stories here:
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