This issue of Granta is about time and about ghosts – the ghosts of our past selves, the shadows of past injuries, the ghosts of history, the ghosts in the machine. André Aciman remembers Rome Ahmet Altan writes from prison in Turkey Bernard Cooper on Ambi ...Show more
An issue on gender and power Devorah Baum reads Grace Paley to find out what women want Stella Duffy looks for LGBT voices in the #MeToo debate Fernanda Eberstadt remembers the 70s drag scene in New York Debra Gwartney breaks her silence Ottessa Moshfegh gets what she wants TaraShea Nesbit revisits her ...Show more
Granta 146 is guest-edited by Devorah Baum and Josh Appignanesi. We're living through hysterical times. Rage, resentment, shame, guilt and paranoia are everywhere surfacing, as is the intemperate adoration or hatred of popular but divisive public figures. Political discourse suffers when people seem to ...Show more
Granta 147 will be our Fortieth Birthday Special. This will be a celebratory issue featuring a collection of the best essays and fiction from the magazine's lauded history. It has now been forty years since Bill Buford, Jonathan Levi and Peter de Bolla relaunched Cambridge University's student publicat ...Show more
New fiction from Andrew O'Hagan, Elif Shafak, Adam Foulds, David Means, Jem Day Calder, Magododi OuMphela Makhene, Caroline Albertine Minor, Thomas Pierce, Adam O'Fallon Price, Amor Towles. And Tom Bamforth on the refugee camp in Bangladesh known as 'Cox's Bazaar'. Published in book form four times a y ...Show more
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Issue 149, 'New New Europe', marks the UK's departure from the EU, and features a range of commissioned pieces from respected writers on the state of Europe today. This harks back to the 1989 issue 'New Europe', which was themed around the response to the fall of the Berlin wall.