Granta Best of Young British novelist Kamila Shamsie talks to John Freeman about love, war and citizenship.
Ross Raisin discusses how he evokes place and inhabits characters in his writing, the difference in his approaches to novels and short stories and his work on his forthcoming novel.
Nadifa Mohamed speaks with Ted Hodgkinson about her first novel, Black Mamba Boy.
Sunjeev Sahota speaks with Ellah Alfrey about his work, Midnight's Children and having a day job.
Ben Markovits in conversation with Yuka Igarashi on minor-league baseball and his experiences as a writer.
Helen Oyeyemi speaks to Ted Hodgkinson about the joys of writing from a male perspective, magic in her work, and how as a girl she wrote alternate endings to the classics.
Adam Thirlwell speaks to Granta’s Yuka Igarashi about sex, history, translation, using tempo in novels and how his writing has evolved over the past decade.
Sarah Hall speaks to Saskia Vogel about wolves, tattoos and the wilds of Cumbria.
Xiaolu Guo speaks to Ellah Alfrey about growing up in rural China, becoming an East Ender and writing in English.
David Szalay on how spending time in Hungary makes it easier to write about London, trying to live off betting on horses and how memory informs his work.
Ellah Alfrey talks with Joanna Kavenna about wanderlust, genre-hopping and Nietzsche.
Ellah Allfrey speaks with Naomi Alderman, one of Granta’s Best Young British Novelists.
On Tuesday 23 April, in Abu Dhabi, Saud Alsanousi was announced winner of the International Prize for Arabic Fiction.
Taiye Selasi talks about her mother’s garden, Rachmaninov and learning to speak Italian.
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