Explore in conversation
‘They’: Stalin’s Polish Élite
‘You referred to a comrade as ‘Mister’. That's offensive.’
Mark Haddon | Podcast
‘Sean finds a log to use as a shooting gallery and sends Daniel off in search of targets.’
The Exploding Planet of Junot Díaz
‘The world tends to give us pieces, and then in our imagination, because of our desire and because of our need, we make them whole.’
Shahid | Moving Parts
Ruchir Joshi travelled around rural India for our ‘Work’ issue, documenting parts of the country’s informal economy, and meeting people with working lives that are unseen, or unique, or damaging.
Granta at the British Library
Salman Rushdie, Richard Russo, Elizabeth McCracken and A.L. Kennedy gave readings and then spoke with Granta editor John Freeman about the magazine and their contributions to it through the years.
Mario Levrero | Best Untranslated Writers
‘I knew he was a ‘strange’ writer, unclassifiable, with a boundless imagination, who was creating one of the most intriguing, thought-provoking bodies of work in the Spanish language.’