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Granta

the original name, still in use locally, for the River Cam
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Freeman, the editor of Granta magazine, argues in the Wall Street Journal that email "has prompted a breakdown of the barrier between our work and our personal lives .
An excerpt from Thomson's forthcoming memoir will feature in the next issue of Granta magazine.
Ali, herself born in Dhaka and now living in England, has been named by Granta magazine as one of the top 20 young British novelists and Brick Lane was short listed for the prestigious British 2003 Booker Prize.
Peter Ho Davies (below), aged 33, is one of 20 writers who feature on this year's The Best of Young British Novelists list compiled by Granta magazine.
In the grand tradition of building a "swipe file"--and recalling the old saying, "Talent borrows, genius steals"--we'd like to pass along a lively letter we received after our subscription to Granta magazine expired.
His third book, In an Antique Land, an engaging weave of archival research and travel writing, was excerpted both in Granta magazine and in Subaltern Studies VII, a collection of academic writings on South Asian history and society.
This year's nonfiction judges are: Marie Arana, Writer-at-Large for The Washington Post and author of two novels, Cellophane and Lima Nights, and a memoir, American Chica, a 2001 Discover Great New Writers selection; John Freeman, editor of Granta magazine and author of The Tyranny of E-Mail, a 2009 Discover selection; and Koren Zailckas, author of Fury and the 2005 Discover selection Smashed.