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Granta 100

In 1979, a young American graduate revived an old Cambridge University magazine and created a home for good writing of all kinds – reportage, fiction, memoir and biography – as well as photography and, occasionally, poetry. In the years that followed Granta established itself on both sides of the Atlantic, and continues to publish the best new writing in English from all over the world. This special issue celebrates Granta’s 100th edition.

In this issue

Martin Amis: The Unknown Known
Tash Aw: To the City
Julian Barnes: Marriage Lines
Ashley Capps: Jewelweed
Lucy Eyre: Human Safari
James Fenton: On Buying a Clavichord
Bruce Frankel: Turn of the Century
Lavinia Greenlaw: The Joy of Difficulty
Isabel Hilton: Greenland
Michael Hofmann: End of the Pier Show
Alan Hollinghurst: Highlights
A.M. Homes: May We Be Forgiven
Ian Jack: The Serampur Scotch
Hanif Kureishi: Something to Tell You
Doris Lessing: Chickens and Eggs
Mario Vargas Llosa: Three Character Sketches
Derek Mahon: Somewhere the Wave
Ian McEwan: For You
Jamie McKendrick: From the Flood Plain
Alice Oswald: Eel Tail
Helen Oyeyemi: pie-kah
Don Paterson: The Swing
Jayne Anne Phillips: Solly and Lark
Harold Pinter: Poem
Craig Raine: How Snow Falls
Oliver Reynolds: 17 Melbourne Road
Salman Rushdie: Heraclitus
Ingo Schulze: Estonia, Out in the Country
Carolin Seeliger: My Question for Myself
Nicholas Shakespeare: The White Hole of Bombay
Helen Simpson: In-flight Entertainment
Tobias Wenzel: My Question for Myself

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