The Last Book I Loved

July 16, 2011 § 2 Comments

My first non-blog book-review was published in The Rumpus today. It’s one of my favourite online magazines, I’m really pleased.

The Rumpus

The last book I loved is about a woman named Bluma who was, arguably, killed by a poem, and a man called Carlos Brauer who loved books so much he mistook them for his mind, and cemented himself inside them on a desolate beach in Uruguay…

The last book I loved is The House of Paper or La Casa de Papel by Carlos María Domínguez, translated from the Spanish by Nick Caistor…”

You can read the rest over at The Rumpus if you so desire.

You can even leave a comment if it tickles your fancy.

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