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Margaret Atwood presents a man pining for his lost love over decades.
An extract from Madeleine Thien‘s Man-Booker shortlisted novel.
Douglas Coupland on rock-star font Helvetica.
A women looks for control in a story by Alice Munro.
A mildewed dystopia from Camilla Grudova.
Sarah Hall writes about the Cumbrian fell pony for Granta 142: Animalia.
‘My greatest desire has always been to take people literally. It’s not the same as wanting to trust them, but it’s related.’
‘I would peel wrappers off sandwiches, remove noodles from their boxes, fry up meat before any authorities had the chance to track me and my bounty down.’
‘the earth will heal / eventually / magnificently / when our species / is gone’
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