|Author:||Richard MacLean Smith|
'A grisly treat' Financial Times on the podcast Based on the 'world's spookiest podcast' of the same name comes Unexplained: a book of ten real-life mysteries which might be best left unexplained. . .
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|Author:||Sigrid Rausing (Editor)|
|Series:||The\Magazine of New Writing Ser.|
This issue of Granta is about time and about ghosts – the ghosts of our past selves, the shadows of past injuries, the ghosts of history, the ghosts in the machine.
André Aciman remembers Rome
Ahmet Altan writes from prison in Turkey... read more
Clementine Fordwonders whether the #MeToo movement represents a turning point for women, Anna Spargo-Ryan thinks not- 'In the wake of #MeToo, when women said 'this time it will be different', it wasn't.' Joumanah El Matrahpicks over the idea of religious freedom, Liz Conor r... read more
This wide-ranging essay collection serves as a covert memoir of a cult literary figure--New Yorkerwriter John McPhee.
John McPhee's The Patch is just that: patches of work across a writer's lifetime that come together to form a quilt of essays, reflections and reminiscences... read more
Can we ever be wholly free? In this book of breathtaking imaginary leaps that conjure dystopias and magical islands, Margaret Atwood holds a mirror up to our own world. The reflection we are faced with, of men and women in prisons literal and metaphorical, is frightening, ... read more
|Author:||Lucy Popescu; Simon Armitage (Contribution by); Eoin Colfer (Contribution by); Michael Morpurgo (Contribution by); Chris Riddell (Contribution by); Kit de Waal (Contribution by)|
From the editor of A Country of Refugecomes an anthology of new writing on one of the defining issues of our time. Focusing on the fate of refugee children and young adults, it is aimed at children and adult readers alike, and features work from Michael Morpurgo, Eoin Col... read more
A mother's love over decades and across continents. The sudden death of Sarah's mother reveals their relationship with poignant clarity and shows her the individual who existed beyond motherhood. A reflection on mothers and daughters.
Prize-winning and highly commended stories from the Brotherhood of St Laurence Hope Prize Foreword by the Honourable Quentin Bryce AD CVO 'Filled with determination and human spirit about people who overcome the odds with courage and strength' - the Honourable Quentin Bryce ... read more
From storytelling phenomenon The Moth: a collection about risk, courage, and facing the unknown, drawn from the best stories ever told on their stages. All These Wonders features voices both familiar and new. Storytellers include the writers Marlon James and Christina... read more
The writer's life ... it's not an easy one. In the autumn issue ofMeanjin Australian literary giant Frank Moorhousedescribes the often-difficult path followed by those hardy souls who take 'the writer's oath'. For the man behind Days of Wine and Rage, Forty Seventeen, Dark P... read more
March Meanjin features the Nauru Diaries of former Royal Navy doctor Nick Martin. What he found in the Australian detention centre 'was way more traumatic than anything I'd seen in Afghanistan'. You'll also read Paul Daley on Indigenous history, statues and strange commemora... read more