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Marcel After Proust

By Jair Villano The Colombian critic reviews Marcel Proust's The Mysterious Correspondent, ten - until now - unpublished short stories. He celebrates and explores the legacy of a novelist who has left a lasting footprint on European literature and is now a... Leer más...

Romance in the Age of Uncertainty

By Mario Flecha Before becoming one of our most popular short story tellers and collaborators, he also was the editor of an art magazine called Untitled. Here he gives us his impressions of an exhibition by L'enfant terrible and founder of the Young Britis... Leer más...

Six Shades of White

By Juan Toledo We review the recently published Harutu Woman by Paloma Zozaya Gorostiza in an impressive translation by Juan Julian Caicedo. It is a tale of a woman's intimate and transformative journey and the hard discoveries she encounters in her emotio... Leer más...

Not Only For Your Eyes

Por Juan Toledo An unexpected consequence of the pandemic has been the many types of artistic collaborations in all forms and shapes. This book is not only one of those labours of Argentinian friendship but, above all, one that we want to invite all our re... Leer más...

Our pain and that of others

By Juan Toledo Regrettably the current global pandemic has produced another kind of pandemic: the one of books about Covid and its effects on the republic of letters. With Isabel del Rio's Dolorem Ipsum we have made an exception and here we tell you why yo... Leer más...

Una patria en la ceniza

Por Juan Toledo Siguiendo con nuestra intención de promover escritores representativos de las culturas indoamericanas, reseñamos un poemario que muy acertadamente sirve de puente entre la cosmogonía mapuche y la tradición literaria latinoamericana y occide... Leer más...