Stephen King, Don DeLillo, Paul Auster and Will Self contribute
Granta, Autumn 2011. Cover design: The Chapman Brothers.
The Autumn 2011 issue of Granta includes pieces from a number of distinguished writers: 'Horror is everywhere - in cinema, in fiction, in real life. In this issue Paul Auster writes about the death of his mother, Will Self on his own rare blood-disease, and Mark Doty on desire, addiction and literature. We have fiction from Stephen King, Sarah Hall and Joy Williams, reportage from Peru and Sudan, and a themed costume fightclub in Los Angeles. As Arthur Conan Doyle wrote, ‘where there is no imagination there is no horror’. The issue also features cover art by The Chapman Brothers.' That's not to forget Don DeLillo's contribution. [Read More]