We launched Granta 131: The Map is Not the Territory with Janine di Giovanni and Charles Glass at the Frontline Club. You can watch a video of the event here. Check back here for our upcoming events in the UK.
A.M. Homes, Greg Jackson, Tracy O’Neill, Peter Gizzi and Jesse Ball discuss Granta 132: Possession with editor and publisher Sigrid Rausing at Bookcourt in Brooklyn, Friday 18 September at 7pm.
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