GBP 12.99 — Released 25 August 2011
One day in September, a decade ago, all eyes were turned towards New York. Where are we looking now?
From life inside Guantánamo Bay to the politics of street vending in Tunisia, Granta 116: Ten Years later explores how the world has changed since 11 september 2001. Fourteen new works of fiction, reportage, poetry and memoir, as well as a photographic essay on refugees in libya by Nadia shira Cohen, explore what we remember and forget in the wake of terror and how we tell the stories of our time.