Ten years on and the world has changed quite markedly. With this edition of Granta, the contributors look at the lasting effects of September 11, 2001 from a global perspective. From a reporter in the tribal regions of Pakistan, to a view of current life in Paris, or even to the examination of the self-immolation of a Tunisian fruit vendor that led to the Arab Spring, the essayists and poets bring to light the changed world from a decade on. A powerful, complex look at today’s world that is well worth the read. A Hudson Booksellers Best Book of 2011.
— Ed, Atlanta
Volume 116 of 'Granta' examines the consequences of the attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001, from a global perspective. Showcasing some of the most insightful essayists, fiction writers, poets and visual artists working today, the book explores the complexity of our perceptions of 9/11. The world changes - but how?