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To Roosevelt by Rubén Darío
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After the Massacre by Carlos Fonseca
Hernan Ronsino 01

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?”

the rue of alch by Pablo Katchadjian
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Álvaro Enrigue by Scott Esposito
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“A writer worried about reception is cooking a dead book. A writer’s job is to produce the best possible book in absolute freedom, so the category ‘acceptable’ does not play in the process at all.”

Signor Hoffman by Eduardo Halfon

From the train I could look out onto the infinite blue of the sea. I was still exhausted, wakeful from the overnight transatlantic flight to Rome, but looking out at the sea, that Mediterranean sea that was so infinite and so blue, made me forget it all, even myself. I don’t know why.

Chronicles of Nueva York (El Bar Stonewall) by Pedro Lemebel

So they invite you to Nueva York, all expenses paid, to participate in an event for Stonewall, twenty years after the police brawl starring the gay girls who, in 1964, took over a bar in the Village. 

Hyperbolics by Valeria Luiselli
Valeria Luiselli

Our first lot is a piece in a somewhat deteriorated state. Yet, considering its antiquity, the overall condition is good; one might even say excellent.

A Vindication of Hypnosis by Sergio Pitol
Emily Gordon, Fiori rosa, fiori di pesco

Suddenly, during a pause in his monologue, Federico Pérez cautioned me not to become too lost in circumlocution.

A Raven on the Snow by Patricio Pron
Carolyn Salas

That winter the city was full of ravens. 

Bar Diary, Barcelona, District 5, Winter of 1979 by Roberto Bolaño & A.G. Porta

This article is only available in print.

A.G. Porta by Margaret Hooks
​A.G. Porta​

The Catalan author of The No World Concerto talks about his early collaborations with Roberto Bolaño and the slew of novels that followed a lengthy hiatus from writing.

BOMB Specific by Manuel Cirauqui & Mario García Torres
Matías Piñeiro by Giovanni Marchini Camia
The Princess of France

Shakespeare in Buenos Aires.

Ricardo Nicolayevsky by Luis Felipe Fabre
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It’s hard to pin down exactly what happens with Lost Portraits, an almost mythical series of Super 8 and 16mm shorts—filmed between 1982–85 in Mexico City and New York—depicting Nicolayevsky’s young friends and peers while he was a film student at NYU.

Lola Arias by Elianna Kan

“One is constantly working over what happened and constructing the future based on the past. So there’s no way of saying now we’re done with the past and it’s time to look for our future. No, there’s a direct continuity between these things.”

Juan Uslé by Shirley Kaneda
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“I begin listening and recognizing silence, meditating until I hear the blood circulating, and then start following the beats, making marks, one by one, line by line, emptying myself until the entire surface of the canvas is covered.”

No. XXXXXXXXXX by Ramiro Chaves

No. XXXXXXXXXX is a personal atlas of the ways in which the letter X has been used in contemporary Mexican architecture.

Three Stories by Eduard Màrquez

With the intention of writing another of those works that belong to the ineffable category of the latest literary revelations, Nonici Murla brushes everything aside and begins to toil without interruption on his first book, a novelized biography of Gottfried von Gennrich, sorcerer in the service of Henri I, ”The Fowler.”

Traveling the Interior: Sergio Chejfec by P. T. Smith
Sergio Chejfec

In his most recently translated novel, Sergio Chejfec continues to craft a style and world all his own.

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