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Raymond Antrobus | Interview

Raymond Antrobus

‘That is what capital L literature is in some ways, a conversation with the ghosts all around us.’

An interview with the 2019 Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year.

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Windrush Reflections

Vahni Capildeo

‘It is not informational, it is / not a blameshift, it is not / all-lives-matter top down and sideways blank.’

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Four Poems

Crispin Best

‘i feel good like a person / holding flowers on a train / feels dumb’

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Three Poems

Anthony Anaxagorou

‘we are born / to a siren and the wail of each other’

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Two Poems

Heather Christle

‘I am asking in case it happens, / because anything can and even does.’

Granta 148

Quantum Displacement

Nuar Alsadir

‘I don’t want / to be a figure others lean their names into’

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Two Poems

Rae Armantrout

‘A glowing purse / that unlatches / with a snap’

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Two Poems

Mei-mei Berssenbrugge

‘You divide space you think time occupies, not motion itself.’

Granta 146

Two Poems

Joe Dunthorne

‘I’ve seen it hang in muslin / like a freshly popped-out eye.’

Granta 146

Four Poems

Michael Earl Craig

‘Running through the ages from this casual rabbit.’

Granta 146

Two Poems

Anthony Caleshu

‘Consider the dramatic events that become ordinary people like us.’

Granta 145

Cotton Variation

Cortney Lamar Charleston

‘fibrous little trauma fruit, wan little wound-licker’