“Shall I project a world?”
Thomas Pynchon, The Crying of Lot 49
Latest from the Blog
Hello to all my wonderful followers! I apologize for the lack of recent posts. I received the proofs of my forthcoming book, Telegonos, a short time ago and have been working with the outstanding editorial team at Darkly Bright Press to polish the manuscript for publication. I am very excited, but it hasn’t left meContinue reading “Preview of Upcoming Posts”
Carl Sagan once remarked that to read a book is to voyage back in time and listen to the voices of the past. No sooner have we opened its pages than we may journey with the Okies or stand on the deck of a tall ship. For me, there has always been a peculiar fascinationContinue reading “Ancient Greek Pop Culture”
You begin to read this essay of the work of Jorge Luis Borges with the best intentions. You see that he was an Argentine writer born in 1899. You note with some wry amusement that he once published a review of a book that did not exist. But as you progress through the article’s openingContinue reading “The Endless Labyrinth of Jorge Luis Borges”
Get new content delivered directly to your inbox.