The Roads of LondonDoris Lessing remembers her life, lovers, and landlords in London in the 1950s.
The Man with Two Heads‘To break our trust in these memories would be a cruel thing; to question their veracity, equally cruel.’ Elena Lappin investigates Binjamin Wilkomirski’s Holocaust memoir.
A Poet in Cuba‘Perfect totalitarian systems have always been in the vanguard: they modify not only the past and the future, but they also abolish the present.’ Reinaldo Arenas on Cuba.
Granta’s editor Sigrid Rausing remembers writer and activist Binyavanga Wainaina, who has died aged 48.
Lucy Ives and Niina Pollari In Conversation
‘Narratives are always tied to other narratives – there is no single beginning, no origin.’ Lucy Ives and Niina Pollari In Conversation.
Sven Lindqvist on the atrocities committed by Europe’s imperial powers in Africa.
Liz Berry and Mona Arshi In Conversation
Mona Arshi and Liz Berry discuss their latest collections, the act of transformation and writing the poems they needed to read.