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Mieke Chew

Mieke Chew

Mieke Chew lives in Melbourne. She is the editor of Higher Arc, an art and literature publication launched in 2011. An English student at the University of Melbourne, her thesis is on László Krasznahorkai and the monologue as a form. Her current fixation is Hungarian literature.

Mieke Chew reviews 'Granta 117: Horror' edited by John Freeman

March 2012, no. 339 01 March 2012
Arthur Conan Doyle wrote, ‘Where there is no imagination, there is no horror.’ The 117th issue of Granta is not short of imagination. Contributions range from a posthumously published zombie tale by Roberto Bolaño, to translated reportage on Peru by Santiago Roncagliolo, to new fiction by Stephen King. In Don DeLillo’s ‘The Starveling’, an elderly cinephile wanders the streets of Manhat ... (read more)