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The Best of Young British Novelists: Past, Present and Future

9:00am | Sunday 17 March 2013
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In 1983, Granta’s 20 Best of Young British Novelists defined a generation and helped make Martin Amis, Pat Barker, Salman Rushie, Rose Tremain household names. This April, Granta will announce the fourth edition of this much-anticipated selection. What’s in a list? In the past 30 years, which stories continue to matter at home and on the world stage? What makes us seek out certain voices again and again? What do we want to see from this next generation of British novelists?

Drawing on their experiences as past Best Young British Novelists, Rachel Seiffert (2003) and Ben Okri (1993) join author and judge of the 2013 list Romesh Gunesekera for readings and conversation about British writing, then and now. Chaired by Granta deputy editor Ellah Allfrey.

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