The Summer of Short Stories is coming to a close. This week is Free Choice, so read any short story you want. Which one did you choose? Why did you choose it?
Thursday nearly slipped by me! This is our second makeup, “La Indiferencia de Eva” by Soledad Puértolas, a Spanish author. The story is from her collection, Una enfermedad moral.
Carlos Fuentes’ work usually centers on Mexican history and identity. He was a literature professor and a diplomat. Here’s a biography.
Don’t adjust your calendars 🙂 This is one of two Thursday make-ups.
I couldn’t find any background material on the internet. My Google-fu was on the fritz.
Well, last week’s “story” wasn’t much of a story now, was it? Let’s hope that this week is a slightly more traditional narrative.
Let the discussion begin!
Great Spanish and Latin American Short Stories of the 20th Century