Granta 122 By John Freeman (editor) A collection of fiction from proven masters and exciting newcomers.
His illustrations of animals contemplating, well, you can guess, is just one of the many surprises in this new issue of Granta.
Drury has been a Guggenheim Fellow and was included in Granta's Best of Young American Novelists.
Granta 111: Going BackEdited by John Freeman Mark Twain, Richard Russo and others look back in Granta's latest issue.
“My father first came to Death Valley because Charles Manson told him to,” Claire wrote in Granta in 2009.
My visits were usually referred to in the Granta, and a considerable amount of chaff was indulged in at my expense.
There is a sucking epic poet at Granta, a Mr. Townsend, protégé of the late Cumberland.
I am inclined to bring in here the Granta, and to suggest that it may have been a Sax.
Boating, swimming, or fishing, the student of a bye-gone day found in the Granta a never-failing and an inexpensive resource.
Then, as now, he made early acquaintance with the river Granta and knew each yard of the flat roads round the university town.