Image: Jordi Guillumet & Mònica Roselló, Ten Visions. Reading between Streets, photograph, 2004.
Our latest issue includes work from seven thrilling writers from Catalonia who explore both cosmopolitan Barcelona and the less familiar Catalonia of immigrants, of sleepy towns and painful...
Catalan literature enjoys a long, vibrant tradition. Beginning with Ramon Llull—who was celebrated throughout 2016 to commemorate the seventh centenary of his death—and, after a long period of medieval splendor, with important contributions by Ausiàs March, Joanot Martorell, and...
On the Death of Jean Vigo
The day was silent to distraction,
only the dog’s growl traveled beyond the window
undulating slightly, barely eschewing
the bellows of the echo. A person—
that’s something interior (therefore,
incapable of habituating itself...
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When we were children, our every activity was guided...
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Businessman from Mongolia. Irkutsk
Like a raven on a stripped branch, sitting alone on the roof of a highrise.
Having lost everything, from the height of the thirteenth floor, dangles his feet.
The angels of death—the photographers, TV journalists—have already turned on their...
The postwar ruins (Roofs ripped off,
The charred walls.) do not resemble
Skeletons, stripped by the predators—
The gnawed-upon scraps of ribs,
Crushed to dust cranial bones.
Only that the same birds
Flock to the remains
As to scorched ground.
To be struck in the forest by a flash...
The following pages are not intended to be representative of contemporary Russian poetry per se, but rather to introduce some of the most extraordinary poets working outside of the main cannon. If anything, the three poets collected here are “outliers,” who yet may be read as having...
In the poems below, Carles Riba Prize-winning poet Maria Cabrera
ways of knowing
i know the fear in your eyes at dawn. and the crackle of flames, the hidden creaking of the woods, the madness of the birds beating paths in the air. the two of us were just a...
In this short story, Borja Bagunyà drops in on a riotous party that would make Gatsby blush.
Of course it wasn’t natural, but it was necessary, and unavoidable.
You’ve likely never been to a party this big—no, to a party...