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by Alex Clark

  • Author: Alex Clark
  • ISBN: 1929001363
  • ISBN13: 978-1929001361
  • ePub: 1934 kb | FB2: 1235 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Short Stories & Anthologies
  • Publisher: Grove Press, Granta; Original edition (June 16, 2009)
  • Pages: 256
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 141
  • Format: lrf lit rtf mobi
Granta 106: New Fiction Special ePub download

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Alex Clark has worked on several national newspapers and has contributed to many publications, notably theĀ .

She was a judge of Granta's most recent Best of Young British Novelists competition and a judge of the Man Booker Prize for Fiction 2008.

Granta 106: Fiction Special. From the publisher: Published in early May, just in time for summer reading, Granta 106 will be a special issue devoted to fiction

Granta 106: Fiction Special. From the publisher: Published in early May, just in time for summer reading, Granta 106 will be a special issue devoted to fiction. Look out for the best short stories of the year, extracts from the most exciting autumn books and an exclusive interview with critically acclaimed short-story writer Mavis Gallant by the Pulitzer Prize-winning and New York Times bestselling author Jhumpa Lahiri. Other Titles of Interest. Granta 105: Lost and Found.

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Granta 106 is a special issue devoted to new fiction and includes work by Paul Auster, Amy Bloom, Adam Thirlwell, Helen Simpson, Nicola Barker and Ha Jin. Manufacturer: Grove Press/Granta Release date: 16 June 2009 ISBN-10 : 1929001363 ISBN-13: 9781929001361. add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york.

Published in early May, just in time for summer reading, Granta 106 will be a special issue devoted to fiction

Published in early May, just in time for summer reading, Granta 106 will be a special issue devoted to fiction. A must-have issue for everyone who loves reading and holidays.

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Granta 106 will be a special issue devoted entirely to fiction. Look out for the best short stories of the year, new graphic fiction, extracts from the most exciting autumn books, and exclusive, in-depth interviews with some of the biggest names in fiction.Featuring a mix of established and new voices, Granta’s first summer fiction special offers a complete view of the best international writing, and is a must-have for everyone who loves reading and holidays.
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Granta's New Fiction Special edition provides some wonderful short pieces of writing as well as a lengthy interview with the redoubtable short story writer and occasional novelist, Mavis Gallant. For me, the interview is simply too long and not particularly insightful and in fact it came over to me as a bit of a writers' equivalent to the actors "luvvie" syndrome with interviewer Jhumpa Lahiri's reverence for Ms Gallant at first touching, but ultimately wearing. It's all a matter of taste though - but accounting for 20% of this edition in terms of page count, it's simply too long.

Of the fiction, there are very good pieces by Eleanor Catton (author of the excellent The Rehearsal: A Novel), Ha Jin on Chinese ex-pats in America suffering the visit of the mother from China, and Amy Bloom in a moving story. Nicola Barker's extract from Burley Cross Postbox Theft works perfectly as a stand alone piece due to the nature of the work which is a collection of fictitious letters, and is very funny and very British. Helen Simpson's Sorry? is also touching.

There are contributions from such well known writers as John Banville and Paul Auster (in an extract from Invisible - why do so many older writers feature stories about older men and younger women .. No wait, I think I've answered my own question!) as well as from more emerging writers such as William Pierce (writing on the culture clashes in a US subsidiary of a German manufacturing company) and Adam Thirwell in an extract from The Escape: A Novel.

It's the younger writers who tend to shine in this collection though - which is surely a good thing.
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