Granta Magazine | The Magazine of New Writing

Explore Podcasts

Rebecca Solnit: The Granta Podcast, Ep. 79

Yuka Igarashi & Rebecca Solnit

Rebecca Solnit discusses interweaving personal narratives with the lives of Mary Shelley and Che Guevara, paradoxes and Beyonce.

Podcast: A.M Homes

A.M. Homes & Yuka Igarashi

In the latest Granta podcast, Yuka Igarashi talks to A.M. Homes, the recipient of this year’s Women’s Prize for Fiction for May We Be Forgiven.

Podcast: George Saunders

Ted Hodgkinson & George Saunders

‘One of the finest, funniest writers of his generation, he writes stories that pulse with outsized heart, crackle with the ad-speak and eek out the human story from the lives of theme-park workers and the subjects of strange drug tests that enhance libido and eloquence.’

Podcast Ep. 68: Helen Oyeyemi

Ted Hodgkinson & Helen Oyeyemi

Helen Oyeyemi speaks to Ted Hodgkinson about the joys of writing from a male perspective, magic in her work, and how as a girl she wrote alternate endings to the classics.

Podcast: Adam Thirlwell

Yuka Igarashi & Adam Thirlwell

Adam Thirlwell speaks to Granta’s Yuka Igarashi about sex, history, translation, using tempo in novels and how his writing has evolved over the past decade.

Podcast: Granta Best of Young British Novelists 4 Audiobook

Ellah Allfrey

‘In the first partnership of its kind, Audible and Granta magazine are collaborating on the unabridged audiobook production of Granta 123: Best of Young British Novelists 4.’

Podcast: Adam Foulds and John Freeman

Adam Foulds

Adam Foulds spoke to John Freeman about how he wanted to be a scientist before discovering writing and his time working in a warehouse as a forklift truck driver.