Pankaj Mishra, Rachel Kushner, Andrew O’Hagan and Rachel Cooke are all writers whose work has touched on social and cultural change around the world. Here they discuss how storytelling reflects and is shaped by the context in which it is written.
Pankaj Mishra’s writing spans travelogue, fiction, memoir, history and philosophy and he is a frequent contributor to The New York Review of Books, Granta, and the Times Literary Supplement.
Rachel Kushner is the author of the Folio Prize-...
Christian Murray Smith
Special Thanks to the Folio Society and the British Library