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The Emily Dickinson Series
The Emily Dickinson Series is a collection of collages by Janet Malcolm that appear in Granta 126: do you remember.
Artist Steffi Klenz recaptures portraits based on photographs of travellers, explorers and seamen who were lost in open waters, and whose bodies were never recovered.
The Best of Young British Novelists
Nadav Kander's stunning portraits of Granta's Best of Young British Novelists 2013.
A Garden of Illuminating Existence
‘Witnessing her death, I understand the meaning of love.’
Walking on the West Bank
‘As walking becomes less easy, it has become correspondingly more important.’
Chicago’s South Side 1946–1948
‘Miller’s images collected in Chicago’s South Side reflect the enormous variety of human experiences and emotions that occurred at a unique time and place in the American landscape.’
Can Cambodia recover from its past?
These photographs accompany Elena Lesley’s dispatch from Anlong Veng, Cambodia.
Preparing for war in Iraq
‘Playing the game instantly bestows honour upon the players, with the possibility of new recruits for the American forces in Iraq.’
Pictures from the War
‘Kern’s achievement is to have captured this despair, and the confusion of ordinary people forced to live and love and die in the middle of a battlefield.’
The Mississippi Delta
‘In the last three years I have driven along some of the smaller, less-travelled roads of the Mississippi Delta.’
Spring Break at Daytona Beach
Mary Ellen Mark’s photographs of spring break at Daytona Beach in Granta 39: The Body.
Antonin Kratochvil’s photographs of sideshow performers for Granta 39: The Body.
Mothers, Daughters, Sons
Markéta Luskačová’s photographs of women and children for Granta 37: The Family.
In the Andes
Sergio Larrain’s photographs of the Andes for Granta 36: Vargas Llosa for President.
Of Bankers and Soldiers
Alex Kayser’s photographs of Swiss bankers and soldiers for Granta 35: The Unbearable Peace.
‘The images of the Romanian revolution – I had seen it on television in Berlin – were still vivid in my mind.’
Pilgrims in Ireland
‘The bareness of this land was beyond anything I had imagined, but in the faces of these men, in their postures, their prayers, there was something that felt very familiar to me.’