Category Archives: Jester

Roberto Bolaño & Geopolitics

David Kurnick published an interesting piece about Chilean writer Roberto Bolaño on Public Books,  which I just discovered and is a partner site of the journal Public Culture. Like many others, I’ve noted the “discovery” of Bolaño by the Anglo literary … Continue reading

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Aaaaaand We’re Back

After having paid strict adherence to festivity schedules, this blog is now ready to ring in the New Year. The Year was welcomed from the hot and sunny Southern Hemisphere, watching the sunrise with family over the plains, beer in … Continue reading

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