Granta

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Alex Clark, John Freeman
Granta Books, 2009 - Fiction - 256 pages
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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; and Rana Dasgupta reports from Delhi on the emergence of India’s super rich.

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About the author (2009)

Alex Clark is a Plone Consultant from Bethesda, MD, USA. He runs a thriving Plone consultancy along with his wife, Amy Clark. Together, they service a wide variety of government, corporate, and non-profit organizations in the greater Washington, D.C. area, and worldwide. For more information, please see http: //aclark.net.This is his first book and he hopes that people enjoy the result and get inspired to use Plone.

JOHN FREEMAN is an award-winning writer and book critic who has written for numerous publications, including "The New York Times Book Review", the "Los Angeles Times", "The Guardian", and "The Wall Street Journal". Freeman won the 2007 James Patterson PageTurner Award. He is the editor-in-chief of Granta and lives in New York City.

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