Navigating the narrative threads of "Captives" is a bit like trying to make it through a hedge-maze while blindfolded, drunk, and asleep.
Pedro Zarraluki’s "The History of Silence" is concerned with negative space: with absences, with things that can be defined only by what they are not.
There are moments of real clarity and elegance in "Death Fugue."
Uchronia is a narrative mode that has enjoyed both critical recognition and popular acceptance throughout literary history.
Above an opening in the robot's chest are the words "In the name of Jesus protect man and beast from the followers of Satan"
You had known Ramiro from the years of the First Dictatorship, those long-ago days of pick-up soccer games and fruit popsicles.
His pains originate in another continent. They are graver, and more ancient.
“Juárez has died, Your Majesty.”
The smell of the cyborg-gasoline gives me a pang of withdrawal which makes my hands sweat.
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