Coming soon to a literary journal near you: short fiction in Quarterly West and The Atlas Review, and a collaborative poem with Shrode Hargis in Third Coast.
The short story translation “One of the Last Things My Father Said to Me,” by Patricio Pron, is in the current issue of Subtropics, which also features work by Amy Hempel, Chinelo Okparanta, Circe Maia (tr. Jesse Lee Kercheval), and others. Click here for more information, and to purchase the issue or subscribe.
The translation “The Narrative Mechanism,” by Patricio Pron, is in the current issue of Chicago Review. Issue 58:3/4 also features a portfolio on Elliott Carter’s music, including his correspondence with John Ashbery and John Hollander, and an essay by David Schiff, among others. Click here for more information, and to purchase the issue or subscribe.
There is a launch reading and concert this evening at 7:30 p.m. at the University of Chicago. For more information or to livestream the event, click here.
The short story translation “Visiting the Master” by Patricio Pron, as well as an essay on literary translation, “The Great Pongoni,” are now available at World Literature Today online.
The essay “Borges & I” is in the 20th anniversary issue of Quarter After Eight, which also features work by Ander Monson, Sarah Lindsay, Sean Lovelace, and others. Click here to purchase the issue or subscribe.
The short story, “The Trip” by Patricio Pron, translated from the Spanish by Kathleen Heil, is in the current issue of The Istanbul Review, “War Words One.”
The essay “The Authority of Accent,” nominated by the editors for a Pushcart Prize, is in the current issue of New Delta Review.