Daniyal Mueenuddin | Interview
‘Great translations are much rarer than great works of fiction or poetry.’
David Godine | Interview
‘David R. Godine is a respected, adventurous, outspoken publisher and a soi-disant cultural elitist.’
Diana McCaulay | Interview
‘I want my writing to be grounded in the real and complex place, without nostalgia or idealization.’
Dinaw Mengestu | Interview
Dinaw Mengestu talks about how he came to write ‘Big Money’, his contribution to Granta 108, his forthcoming novel, his relationship with his hometown, Chicago, and his inspiration as a writer.
Eleanor Catton | Interview
Eleanor Catton, author of the critically acclaimed, Betty Trask-award-winning debut novel, The Rehearsal, talks to Granta.
Eliza Robertson | Interview
‘I suppose if something moves me to write, I don't question it.’
Elizabeth McCracken | Interview
‘This week John Freeman spoke to Best Young American Novelist Elizabeth McCracken about her works-in-progress, a novel that broke up into six short stories, and her contribution to Granta’s latest issue.’
Emma Martin | Interview
‘I’ve occasionally caught a kind of self-consciousness stalking me when I write about New Zealand.’