With its mixture of investigative reportage, narrative non-fiction, photography, memoir, fiction and brilliant journalism, "Granta 107" follows on from the critically-acclaimed summer reading issue to showcase more of the best new writing from around the world. In the issue, Mary Gaitskill meditates on how we measure varieties of loss after the disappearance of her rescued cat; Will Self walks through Tehran thirty years on from the revolution; Timothy Phillips uncovers a story of espionage in London between the wars; and, Rana Dasgupta reports from Delhi on the emergence of India's super rich. Plus: Ariel Leve visits the American town revitalized by immigration and Xan Rice among the Polisario rebels fighting for the disputed territory of the western Sahara; and the best new fiction from emerging and established writers.
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John Freeman's criticism has appeared in more than 200 newspapers around the world, including the Guardian, La Vanguardia, and Arcadia. Between 2006 and 2008, he served as president of the National Book Critics Circle. His first book, The Tyranny of E-Mail, will be published in October by Scribner
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