Letras de Chile: Video de homenaje al escritor Andrea Camilleri

Letras de Chile: Video de homenaje al escritor Andrea Camilleri

Abril de 2024. Nuestro socio de LdeCh Bartolomé Leal, escritor de género negro, hizo una gira por caminos, paisajes y ciudades de Sicilia, donde no dejó de visitar Porto Empedocle, el pueblo natal del escritor Andrea Camilleri, figura cumbre del policial/negro. Salió un breve video de homenaje al creador del comisario Montalbano. Aunque bastante amateur, […]

Los Angeles Review of Books: Sincerity, Delicately Spun: On Honor Levy’s “My First Book”

THE PROPOSITION OF establishing a grounded perspective in the headwind of an accelerated, hyper-referential culture appears paradoxical. How can a writer be expected to encapsulate the realities of life online in a way that engages readers humanistically, rather than algorithmically, if that same reader should finally be compelled to turn away from the television or […]

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Letras de Chile: HÉROE, Cuento de José Baroja

Letras de Chile: HÉROE, Cuento de José Baroja

José Baroja (Valdivia, Chile-1983) Escritor, docente y editor. Reside en Guadalajara, México junto a su esposa, la escritora mexicana Leyda Mariscal. Cofundador de la revista de artes y letras Sudras y Parias®, en colaboración con los poetas Jaimen Magnan y Alfredo O. Torres. Entre sus obras destacan: El curioso caso de la sombra que murió […]

Electric Literature: Taxonomy Can’t Classify My Fruiting Body

Electric Literature: Taxonomy Can’t Classify My Fruiting Body

Self-Portrait as Resurrection Fern we wonder / what saved us? what for? —H.D.When I came to myself again,I thought yes, this time, yes,and stretched on the mossin the forest I’d known for seven adolescences. Lichens, leaves,and limbs glistened beneath me, and I no longer resembled a cluster of dust, something sweptfrom a far desert. In […]

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