She’s an archaic, the last meaning of a word. He’s a drunk, but of the ultramarine kind.
Selections by Nate Wooley, Laida Lertxundi, and Sarah Gerard.
Translation as visitation. Translating silence, or the inability to translate silence. A word that does not want to be translated. Translation as story. Attempting to translate grief. Translation as unanswered letter to the dead.
Language like tar, pick-and-mix identities, and a long sputtering of retcons.
It is surprising that Sam Savage would write a book about a character who has never had a profession—before writing, he worked as a bicycle mechanic, carpenter, crab fisherman, and letterpress printer.
Sarah Gerard on life’s closing and Gerald Murnane’s fifth novel, Inland.
Sarah Gerard continues her investigation of the work of Clarice Lispector, tracing the Brazilian writer’s thinking about concepts of eternity.
Sarah Gerard learns how to live safely.