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The release of a posthumous non-fiction collection by author Roberto Bolaño provides new insights into the mind of a modern master through articles and columns written during his last five years.
This First Proof contains an excerpt from A Stroll through Literature, by Roberto Bolaño, translated by Laura Healy.
An excerpt from Roberto Bolaño’s new collection of poetry, Tres, out from New Directions.
The way in which my friendship with Sensini developed was somewhat unusual.
The late Chilean writer Roberto Bolaño (1953–2003) belonged to the most select group of Latin American novelists. He speaks with Carmen Boullosa in this interview.
Excerpt from Roberto Bolaño’s La lituratura Nazi en America, “Juan Mendiluce Thompson: Buenos Aires, 1920–Buenos Aires, 1991”. Translation by Esther Allen.