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February 2008

The Graphic World: (Worth) Ten Thousand Words, Part II

from “Trifero”
By Ray Loriga
Kiss MeLittle Lotte, as he liked to call her, was a robust Norwegian measuring five foot ten in stocking feet, six foot three in her skates. Her grandmother, as you'll have guessed already, was the…
Translated from Spanish by Samantha Schnee
Wings, Two for One
By Triunfo Arciniegas
Truth is I finish the day tired. No wonder. Business is going from bad to worse. In decline, as they say. People don’t dispose of as much money as before, or as much faith. In these wicked times…
Translated from Spanish by Steve Dolph
Translations on the Market
At the Frankfurt Book Fair, where thousands of publishers from around the world annually squeeze inside huge exhibition halls to buy and sell foreign rights, a typical booth contains several tiny tables…
from “Rabbit on the Road”
By Liniers
The island lights look like the stars came down from the sky and queued up.
Translated from Spanish by Samantha Schnee
Their Boots Were Made for Walking: El Taller de la Gráfica Popular
By Carmen Boullosa
Figure 1. A politician from the party that now holds the presidential seat, riding the PRI dinosaur, says: “It's about time troops and police enter Oaxaca!”A legendarily short story by…
Translated from Spanish by Samantha Schnee