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Liz Jobey & Robin Grierson
‘Photography always reveals truths about the relationship between the photographer and the person being photographed.’
Granta’s Best of Young British Novelists 5
The Cloud Factory
‘There’s this paradoxical nostalgia where even though yi suffered, yi miss it.’
Memoir by Graeme Armstrong.
‘She boils her sentences down to high-sucrose sweeties and calibrates her tone for maximum engagement.’
Fiction by Natasha Brown.
Theories of Care
‘The monstrous years of my late teens lay lined up alongside the rest of my life like bullets in a gun.’
A story by Sophie Mackintosh.
‘Without waiting for me she removes her white shirt. Each button a piece of my own spine, undone.’
Fiction by K Patrick.
‘I followed him onto the dancefloor and he put his hands on my hips as if he’d known me for at least an hour.’
Fiction by Saba Sams.
Liz Jobey was the Deputy Editor of Granta 1998–2002 and before that was Editor of the Independent on Sunday Review and Literary Editor of the Guardian.More about the author →
Robin Grierson was born in County Durham in 1962. His photographs can be seen in the Victoria & Albert Museum's permanent collection in London.More about the author →