Liz Jobey is a former deputy editor of Granta. Before joining the magazine in 1998 she was editor of the Independent on Sunday ‘Review’ and literary editor of the Guardian.
‘Most family relationships are difficult, and sometimes they can become the most difficult human relationships of all.’
‘Photography always reveals truths about the relationship between the photographer and the person being photographed.’
‘The city has defied many plans for its regeneration and its centre is a dispiriting mess’
‘All photographs are about the past.’
‘Growing up is learning how to take a stance, before the camera and before the world.’
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