Amos Oz: “My Curls Have Blown All the Way to China”
This week’s New Yorker story is Amos Oz’s “My Curls Have Blown All the Way to China,” translated from the Hebrew by Maggie Goldberg Bar-Tura. This is a nice prelude to Nobel season since Oz is in the conversation each year when folks are speculating about the new laureate. Read the full post.
Alice McDermott: “These Short, Dark Days”
Click here to read the story in its entirety on The New Yorker webpage. Alice McDermott’s “These Short, Dark Days” was originally published in the August 24, 2015 issue of The New Yorker. I like Alice McDermott’s work, at least the little of it that I’ve read. Last year Picador…
Alejandro Zambra: “Reading Comprehension: Text No. 1”
This week’s New Yorker fiction is Alejandro Zambra’s “Reading Comprehension: Text No. 1.” Come join the discussion! Read the full post.