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'There must be ways to organise the world with language.'
From 'Binyavanga' by Pwaangulongii Dauod
The English language is like London, a cluster of myriad villages, each with its own atmosphere and particular cadences. This issue - our 150th - celebrates language, showcasing some of the most inventive writers of fiction today.
'There must be ways to organise the world with language.'
From 'Binyavanga' by Pwaangulongii Dauod
The English language is like London, a cluster of myriad villages, each with its own atmosphere and particular cadences. This issue - our 150th - celebrates language, showcasing some of the most inventive writers of fiction today.
Sidik Fofana 'The Young Entrepreneurs of Miss Bristol's Front Porch'
Amy Leach 'How to Count Like a Pro'
Mazen Maarouf 'The Story of Anya'
Carmen Maria Machado 'The Lost Performance of the High Priestess of the Temple of Horror'
Tommi Parrish 'An Instrument of Pure Motion'
Che Yeun 'Yena'
Photographer Michael Collins chronicles his mother's life following a series of strokes, Oliver Bullough investigates the invention of shell companies in the British Virgin Islands, Andrew O'Hagan visits Carolyn, Neal Cassady's widow.
Plus: Pwaangulongii Dauod's eulogy for the late Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina.
Poetry: Jack Underwood and Jay G. Ying
Photography: Noriko Hayashi, and Ian Willms introduced by Adam FouldsSidik Fofana 'The Young Entrepreneurs of Miss Bristol's Front Porch'
Amy Leach 'How to Count Like a Pro'
Mazen Maarouf 'The Story of Anya'
Carmen Maria Machado 'The Lost Performance of the High Priestess of the Temple of Horror'
Tommi Parrish 'An Instrument of Pure Motion'
Che Yeun 'Yena'
Photographer Michael Collins chronicles his mother's life following a series of strokes, Oliver Bullough investigates the invention of shell companies in the British Virgin Islands, Andrew O'Hagan visits Carolyn, Neal Cassady's widow.
Plus: Pwaangulongii Dauod's eulogy for the late Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina.
Poetry: Jack Underwood and Jay G. Ying
Photography: Noriko Hayashi, and Ian Willms introduced by Adam Foulds

Granta 150 - Sigrid Rausing

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Granta 150 - There Must Be Ways to Organise the World with Language
Author
Sigrid Rausing
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Granta
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20200213

'There must be ways to organise the world with language.'
From 'Binyavanga' by Pwaangulongii Dauod
The English language is like London, a cluster of myriad villages, each with its own atmosphere and particular cadences. This issue - our 150th - celebrates language, showcasing some of the most inventive writers of fiction today.
'There must be ways to organise the world with language.'
From 'Binyavanga' by Pwaangulongii Dauod
The English language is like London, a cluster of myriad villages, each with its own atmosphere and particular cadences. This issue - our 150th - celebrates language, showcasing some of the most inventive writers of fiction today.
Sidik Fofana 'The Young Entrepreneurs of Miss Bristol's Front Porch'
Amy Leach 'How to Count Like a Pro'
Mazen Maarouf 'The Story of Anya'
Carmen Maria Machado 'The Lost Performance of the High Priestess of the Temple of Horror'
Tommi Parrish 'An Instrument of Pure Motion'
Che Yeun 'Yena'
Photographer Michael Collins chronicles his mother's life following a series of strokes, Oliver Bullough investigates the invention of shell companies in the British Virgin Islands, Andrew O'Hagan visits Carolyn, Neal Cassady's widow.
Plus: Pwaangulongii Dauod's eulogy for the late Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina.
Poetry: Jack Underwood and Jay G. Ying
Photography: Noriko Hayashi, and Ian Willms introduced by Adam FouldsSidik Fofana 'The Young Entrepreneurs of Miss Bristol's Front Porch'
Amy Leach 'How to Count Like a Pro'
Mazen Maarouf 'The Story of Anya'
Carmen Maria Machado 'The Lost Performance of the High Priestess of the Temple of Horror'
Tommi Parrish 'An Instrument of Pure Motion'
Che Yeun 'Yena'
Photographer Michael Collins chronicles his mother's life following a series of strokes, Oliver Bullough investigates the invention of shell companies in the British Virgin Islands, Andrew O'Hagan visits Carolyn, Neal Cassady's widow.
Plus: Pwaangulongii Dauod's eulogy for the late Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina.
Poetry: Jack Underwood and Jay G. Ying
Photography: Noriko Hayashi, and Ian Willms introduced by Adam Foulds

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Sigrid Rausing is Editor and Publisher of Granta magazine and Publisher of Granta and Portobello Books. She is the author of History, Memory and Identity in Post-Soviet Estonia: The End of a Collective Farm and the memoirs Everything is Wonderful and Mayhem.

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Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
256

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