You’re not going to believe this, but last night, at about 4 a.m., I saw a movie on TV that could have been my biography or my autobiography or a summary of my days on this bitch of a planet. It scared me so fucking shitless I tell you I just about fell off my chair.
Black Lives Matter
Ariel Saramandi on her experience teaching in a lycée in Mauritius.
The Young Entrepreneurs of Miss Bristol’s Front Porch
Fiction by Sidik Fofana, set in the South.
Kevin Maxwell on the police in the UK.
Morgan Parker and Rachel Long in conversation.
Poetry by Danez Smith, author of Don't Call Us Dead.
Translated by Chris Andrews
Chris Andrews teaches at Western Sydney University in Australia. He has translated various books of fiction from Spanish to English, including César Aira’s Ghosts, Rodrigo Rey Rosa’s Severina, Marcelo Cohen’s Melodrome, and Roberto Bolaño’s Distant Star, which won the Valle Inclán Prize in 2005. He is the author of two critical studies: Poetry and Cosmogony: Science in the Writing of Queneau and Ponge and Roberto Bolaño’s Fiction: An Expanding Universe.More about the translator →