The Diary of Martín Santomé: A Novel

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I don’t see my children very often. Especially Jaime. It’s interesting, because it’s Jaime in particular who I would especially like to see more often. Of the three of them, he’s the only one with a sense of humor.

The Weather in Fritz Bemelmans Park

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The hospital grounds end where Fritz Bemelmans Park begins. At the south entrance to Fritz Bemelmans Park there once stood, shining and absolute, a bronze statue of Fritz Bemelmans, gentleman, with a scroll, a musket, a sheaf of wheat, and a mysterious bundle.

Tragic Strip

Fiction

T. Motley is a comic strip illustrator and "cartooniologist."

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A Scrupulous Fidelity,
On Thomas Bernhard’s The Loser

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This essay is from Attack of the Copula Spiders and Other Essays on Writing published by Biblioasis. Out in March.

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On the Furtiveness of Kurtz

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It has been much remarked upon. By those who have observed him. He’s sitting crouched, as though expecting a blow.

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