The first Finnish version of the Granta magazine, Ruoka ("Food"), was published in September 2013. The second edition, Outo ("Weird/Strange") came out in February 2014. The third edition will be published in autumn, just before the Frankfurt Book Fair where Finland is the Guest of Honour. This special edition will feature 20 of the "best" young Finnish novelists, chosen by a panel of judges. The texts published in the third Finnish Granta will also be translated into English for a separate English edition. I decided to finally see what this Granta business is all about by reading an "original" British edition of the magazine, featuring 20 of the best young British novelists in 2013. Since Granta is officially a magazine, not a book, I tried to read it like a magazine: choosing and picking the texts that I was most interested in. At first, I was meant to read Kamila Shamsie's , Tahmima Anam's , Taiye Selasi's and Zadie Smith'