Hyenas, Horses, and Rabbits, Oh My, Part III: A Read Along Journey through the Leonora Carrington Century

The last ten stories in The Complete Works of Leonora Carrington were written from 1950 and through the 80s, according to The Dorothy Project version. To know where exactly the three previously unpublished tales fit in, you have to consult the Silver Press edition, which organized its Table of Contents chronologically.[1] Perhaps because Carrington had […]

The Supper

Translated by Michael Cisco The name of Alfonso Reyes reoccurs throughout any discussion of Latin American literature. In his native Mexico, he is considered a major 20th century author, and more than one street has been named for him there. Roberto Bolano referred to him in the short list of those writers he included in […]

The Latin Cities

Translated by Fionn Petch The following story originally appeared on Palabras Errantes. Visit the Palabras Errantes page where you can also read the original version in Spanish. *** A, of the many entrances: its walls are made of doors and the inhabitants all have a window to the front – whether painted or not we do not […]