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NW14: The Anthology of New Writing Volume 14


Lavinia Greenlaw
Helon Habila

Pub Date: June 2006

Price: £ 9.99

ISBN: 1862078505

Format: Paperback

Extent: 256 pages

Category: Fiction, General



The new annual anthology of writing from the British Council

About the Book
Granta has become the publisher of the British Council’s annual anthologies of new writing, which showcase the best in fiction, non-fiction and poetry from established and up-and-coming writers in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and the Commonwealth.

Short stories by James Lasdun, M. Pinchuk, Romesh Gunesekera, Abdulrazak Gurnah, Roy Robins, Anuradha Vijayakrishnan, Chris Womersley, Kirsty Gunn. Desmond Hogan, C.D. Marretta Paolo da costa, Nick Barley, Shereen Pandit, Douglas Cowie, Marina Warner and Hermione Lee.

Poems by Paul Muldoon, Iain Galbraith, Stephen Knight, Carola Luther, David Morley, Sean O’Brien, Don Paterson, Greta Stoddart, Blessing Murairi, Chanjerai Hove, Paul Perry, Jamie McKendrick, Eoghan Walls and Frances Leviston.

Novel extracts from Esther Freud, David Nwokedi, Charles Fernyhough, Benjamin Markovits, Maura Dooley, Jane Feaver, David Harsent, Mike Nwosu, Vicky Grut, Jane Rogers and Natasha Soobramanien.

Non-fiction by Michel Faber, Ogaga Ifowodo, Hermione Lee, Joan Michelson and Marina Warner.

About the Author
Lavinia Greenlaw lives in London, where she was born. She has published three books of poems, most recently Minsk. Helon Habila is the author of Waiting for an Angel (Penguin 2003). He is currently the Chinua Achebe Fellow in Global Africana Studies at Bard College, New York.


Key Sales Points
  • Showcasing the best in fiction, non-fiction and poetry from established and up-and-coming writers