Carlos Fonseca

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From Natural History by Carlos Fonseca
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It must have been during those months when an accident slightly threw off my routine. And maybe it was in those months when I finally found—though I wasn’t looking for it—a brief respite. One day I was at Giovanna’s and she read me a few lines of the subcomandante’s, poetic lines that told the story of a viceroy of India who dreams that his kingdom is destroyed.

From Natural History by Carlos Fonseca
Bomb Natural History Marigold

It must have been during those months when an accident slightly threw off my routine. And maybe it was in those months when I finally found—though I wasn’t looking for it—a brief respite. One day I was at Giovanna’s and she read me a few lines of the subcomandante’s, poetic lines that told the story of a viceroy of India who dreams that his kingdom is destroyed.

Conceptual Fantasies: On Mark Haber’s Reinhardt’s Garden by Carlos Fonseca
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A playful take on Latin American expeditions that reveals the contradictory problems therein.

Kate Briggs’s This Little Art by Carlos Fonseca
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Briggs delves into her experience translating Roland Barthes’s La Préparation du roman to offer us a poignant account of what this translation compulsion might be.

After the Massacre by Carlos Fonseca
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Staging historical justice in Hernán Ronsino’s Glaxo

Carlos Fonseca by Chloe Aridjis
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“How many fragments are needed in order to describe the life of man?”

Juan Villoro by Jeffrey Lawrence & Carlos Fonseca
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Writing in the midst of political upheaval.

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